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Romance (1920 film)

Romance
Film still with Sydney and Keane
Directed by Chester Withey
Produced by ?Doris Keane(copyright)
?Albert Grey(copyright)
Written by Edward Sheldon(play Romance)
Wells Hastings(scenario)
Starring Doris Keane
Basil Sydney
Cinematography Louis Bitzer
Distributed by United Artists
Release date(s) May 30, 1920
Running time 70 minutes (7 reels)
Country US
Language Silent film(English intertitles)

Romance is a 1920 American silent film directed by Chester Withey and released through United Artists. The film is based on the 1913 play Romance by Edward Sheldon and stars Doris Keane, the actress who created the role in the play. This was Miss Keane's only motion picture. D.W. Griffith allowed the use of his Mamaroneck Studios for the production. The nephew of Griffith's favorite cameraman, Billy Bitzer, was the cinematographer. The story was later remade as Romance in 1930, an early talking vehicle for Greta Garbo.

No copies of Romance are known to survive making it another lost film.[1]

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External links

  • (1920) at the IMDb.com
  • synopsis; allrovi.com
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