A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
1921, regia di Emmett J. Flynn
Scheda: Nazione: USA - Produzione: Fox Film Corporation - Distribuzione: Fox Film Corporation - Soggetto: dal romanzo breve A Connecticut Yankee at King Arthur's Court di Mark Twain - Sceneggiatura: Bernard McConville - Fotografia: Lucien N. Andriot - Montaggio: C. R. Wallace - Formato: B.N., muto.
Cast: Harry Myers, Pauline Starke, Rosemary Theby, Charles Clary, William V. Mong, George Siegmann, Charles Gordon, Karl Formes, Herbert Fortier, Adele Farrington, Wilfred McDonald.
Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - entertainment.msn.com - faculty.smu.edu - lib.rochester.edu: «Wealthy young Martin Cavendish wants to marry his mother's secretary rather than a snooty titled woman his mother has chosen for his bride. One night while reading a book about chivalry, Cavendish is knocked unconscious by a burglar, and, in a dream, he finds himself in in Camelot in the sixthcentury. Thereafter, the film follows the general outline of the events in Twain's novel with abundant contemporaneous touches added to the screenplay. Douglas Fairbanks was originally offered the title role in this film, but he turned it down. As with the other screen adaptations of Twain's novel, this film eschews any of the misanthropy in the original in favor of comedy».
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