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Sunday, August 16, 2015

D.W. Griffith’s last films: Abraham Lincoln (1930) & The Struggle (1931)





D.W. Griffith’s Abraham Lincoln (1930) Walter Huston

Abraham Lincoln, also released under the title D. W. Griffith's "Abraham Lincoln", is a 1930 Pre-Code biographical film about American president Abraham Lincoln directed by D. W. Griffith. It stars Walter Huston as Lincoln and Una Merkel, in her second speaking role, as Ann Rutledge. Her first speaking role was in a short film, Love's Old Sweet Song (1923) filmed in the Phonofilm sound-on-film process. 

The script was co-written by Stephen Vincent Benét, author of the Civil War prose poem John Brown's Body. 

This was the first of only two sound films made by Griffith.


The Struggle (1931) Zita Johann

The Struggle (1931) is a sound feature film directed by D. W. Griffith, and was his only other full-sound film besides Abraham Lincoln (1930). After several films directed by Griffith failed at the box office, this was Griffith's last film. The film was made primarily at the Audio-Cinema studios in the Bronx, New York with some outdoor filming on the streets of the Bronx.




The Struggle stars Hal Skelly, Zita Johann, Charles Richman, and in her film debut, Helen Mack. Longtime Griffith actress Kate Bruce made her final film appearance in this film as Granny, and this was also the final film for Claude Cooper.


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