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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Colleen Moore ~ Sky Pilot (1921), Twinkletoes & Irene (1926)




The Sky Pilot (1921) silent drama film directed by King Vidor.

Based on a novel by Ralph Connor, it was the first film to be made in part at Vidor's new studio. The snow scenes were shot in Truckee where the weather did not cooperate: it snowed when the production needed sun, and was sunny wen they needed a blizzard. When the snow would not let up, local townsfolk were hired to clear the snow manually for scenes that needed dry ground. Thereafter it stopped snowing: salt was used to simulate snow on the ground. The stampede scene was shot in Fresno, California.

Starring Colleen Moore, John Bowers
Directed by King Vidor
Produced by Cathrine Curtis
Written by Ralph Connor, Faith Green, John McDermott
Based upon the novel by Ralph Connor
Cinematography, L. William O'Connell, Gus Peterson
Release date: 17 April 1921
Running time: 77 minutes
 
 
 
Irene (1926)

A romantic comedy film starring Colleen Moore, and partially shot in Technicolor. The technicolor scene (fashion show) does not survive in its entirety.

Irene was directed by Alfred E. Green and based on the play Irene O'Dare written by James Montgomery. As reported in the book and documentary film The Celluloid Closet, actor George K. Arthur plays a flamboyant gay man in the film named "Madame Lucy".

Distributed by First National Pictures
Release date: February 21, 1926
Running time: 90 min

Twinkletoes (1926)

Cast: Colleen Moore [Twinkletoes], Kenneth Harlan [Chuck Lightfoot], Tully Marshall [Dad Minasi] ... Director: Charles Brabin ... Released by First National Pictures ...
Scenario by Winnifred Dunn, from the novel Twinkletoes, a Tale of Chinatown by Thomas Burke (same author of "Broken Blossoms").

Comedy construction by Mervyn LeRoy. Cinematography by James C. Van Trees.

Released 28 November 1926.

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