The Last Performance1927
"The Last Performance" is a Romance/Drama film, released on November 02 of 1927 in the USA . Conrad Veidt is starring, alongside Mary Philbin, Leslie Fenton, Fred MacKaye, William H. Turner and Anders Randolf.
When was "The Last Performance" released:
The Last Performance was initally released in the United States on Wednesday, November 02, 1927.. This was ninety-two (92) years ago.
It has been released on 1930 in Germany.
What is the cast of "The Last Performance":
At the casting of The Last Performance we find Conrad Veidt, previously seen in The Beloved Rogue (1927) and Der Student von Prag (1926); Mary Philbin (Stella Maris (1925), The Phantom of the Opera (1925)); Leslie Fenton (What Price Glory (1926), The Shamrock Handicap (1926)) [ more... ]
- Conrad Veidt, Mary Philbin and Sam De Grasse can all be seen in The Man Who Laughs, released in 1928.
- William H. Turner and Mary Philbin also worked together in The Gaiety Girl, released in 1924.
What is the Storyline of "The Last Performance":
In the film, Conrad Veidt stars as Erik the Great, a sinister stage Magician who falls in love with a woman half his age, Julie, played by Mary Philbin. A young thief, Mark Royce (played by Fred MacKaye) is caught stealing from Erik's apartment and is taken in at Julie's suggestion. Secretly she falls in love with the new apprentice. However, Erik's other apprentice, Buffo (played by Leslie Fenton) becomes aware of Julie's love for Mark, and driven by jealousy tells his master. Buffo is later found killed, [...]
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