Painted daughters. (Film, 1925) [WorldCat.org]
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Painted daughters.

Author: Lacey PercivalMarie LorraineF Stuart-WhyteZara ClintonNina DevittAll authors
Publisher: Australia : Australasian Films Ltd. [production company], 1925.
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A melodrama about a young dancer who leaves her stage partner for a wealthy admirer. His bankruptcy and suicide leaves her with a daughter to raise. The daughter eventually becomes a success in a theatrical career. The production values and inventive photography in particular were well above average and the film was a commercial success.
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Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Lacey Percival; Marie Lorraine; F Stuart-Whyte; Zara Clinton; Nina Devitt; Billy Sim; Loretta May; Fernande Butler; Lucille Lisle; Australasian Films.
OCLC Number: 220117590
Credits: Director, F. Stuart-Whyte ; photography, Lacey Percival.
Cast: Zara Clinton (Mary Elliott), Nina Devitt (Maryon Fielding), Billy Sim (Rita Railton), Marie Lorraine (Evelyn Shaw), Loretta Mary (Sheila Kay), Fernande Butler (Nina Welcott), Lucille Lisle (Olive Lennox).
Description: 1 film reel (42 min.) : si., black and white ; 16 mm

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A melodrama about a young dancer who leaves her stage partner for a wealthy admirer. His bankruptcy and suicide leaves her with a daughter to raise. The daughter eventually becomes a success in a theatrical career. The production values and inventive photography in particular were well above average and the film was a commercial success.

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