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The Sporting Venus
Directed by:
Marshall Neilan

Directed by Marshall Neilan, "The Sporting Venus" is a Romance film, released on April 13 of 1925 in the USA , starring Blanche Sweet, Ronald Colman, Lew Cody, Josephine Crowell, Edward Martindel and Kate Price.

Who directed "The Sporting Venus":

The Sporting Venus was directed by Marshall Neilan, an American director, actor, producer, and writer.

Before directing The Sporting Venus, Marshall Neilan had directed Tess of the D'Urbervilles, released in 1924, Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall (1924), The Lotus Eater (1921), Bits of Life (1921), Dinty (1920), and Daddy-Long-Legs (1919). Since, he directed The Great Love, released in 1925, Mike (1926), Everybody's Acting (1926), Her Wild Oat (1927), The Awful Truth (1929), and The Vagabond Lover (1929).

When was "The Sporting Venus" released:

The Sporting Venus was first released on Monday, April 13, 1925, in the United States. Also released on Monday, April 13, 1925 have been His Supreme Moment (dir. George Fitzmaurice), Silent Sanderson (dir. Scott R. Dunlap), and Wizard of Oz (dir. Larry Semon). This was ninety-four (94) years ago.

What is the casting of "The Sporting Venus":

At the casting of The Sporting Venus we find Blanche Sweet, previously seen in Tess of the D'Urbervilles (1924) and Anna Christie (1923); Ronald Colman (A Thief in Paradise (1925), Romola (1924)); Lew Cody (So This Is Marriage? (1924), Three Women (1924)) [ more... ]

  • Arthur Hoyt and Blanche Sweet, Lew Cody also appeared together in Souls for Sale, released in 1923.
  • George Fawcett and Josephine Crowell can be seen in The Merry Widow, released in 1925.
  • George Fawcett and Edward Martindel also appeared in Manslaughter, released in 1922.

What is the Storyline of "The Sporting Venus":

Lady Gwendolyn (Blanche Sweet) is an heiress in love with a medical student, Donald (Ronald Colman), despite being bespoken to foreign prince Carlos (Lew Cody).


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