Released on October 24 of 1926 in the USA, "London" is a Drama/Romance film directed by Herbert Wilcox . Dorothy Gish is starring, alongside John Manners, Hubert Carter, Gibb McLaughlin, Margaret Yarde and Elissa Landi.
Who is the director of "London":
London was directed by Herbert Wilcox, an Irish producer, director, and writer.
Before directing London, Herbert Wilcox had directed . Since, he directed Tiptoes, released in 1927, Good Night, Vienna (1932), Bitter Sweet (1933), Sixty Glorious Years (1938), Irene (1940), and No, No, Nanette (1940).
When was "London" released:
London was first released in the United States on Sunday, October 24, 1926. Also released on Sunday, October 24, 1926 has been The Magician (dir. Rex Ingram). This was ninety-three (93) years ago.
What is the casting of "London":
At the casting of London we find Dorothy Gish, previously seen in Clothes Make the Pirate (1925) and Romola (1924); John Manners (Tiptoes (1927)); Hubert Carter (Ivanhoe (1913)) [ more... ]
- John Manners and Dorothy Gish also appeared together in Tiptoes, released in 1927.
What is the Storyline of "London":
Mavis Hogan (Gish) lives with her uncaring aunt (Margaret Yarde) in a squalid Limehouse tenement. Her beauty attracts the attention of an unsavoury Chinese man (Gibb McLaughlin), whose intentions are encouraged by the aunt. While wandering around Limehouse, she is spotted by an artist (Adelqui Migliar) who is in the area sketching East End scenes and people. He persuades her to allow him to sketch her portrait, which he later puts on display in his West End studio. The portrait is seen by a titled Lady [...]
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