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We have included this film in our program to illustrate the work and
contributions of Marceline Day, a star of Silent Hall of Fame.
Below are a few critic reviews:
Marceline Day shines brilliantly in innumerable scenes. (Northern Star)
Marceline Day makes the film the most colorful, romantic screen story in the
history of motion pictures. (Sunday Times)
Alan Crosland Produced by
Art Cinema Corporation Written by
Justin Huntley McCarthy(novel & play If I Were King)
(adaptation & scenario)
Anthony (intertitles) Starring
John Barrymore, Marceline Day, Conrad Veidt Cinematography Joseph H.
August Distributed by
United Artists Release date
12 March 1927 Running time
98 min. Country
United States Language
Silent film, English intertitles
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June 24, 2014 Subject:
Marceline Day shines brightly
"The Beloved Rogue" is a very entertaining picture, which was created to rival the swashbucklers starring Douglas Fairbanks. Whether it succeeds in being equal to "Robin Hood", for example, as far as the hero's physical exploits are concerned, is a matter of viewer's taste. One thing is certain: the extraordinary romantic appeal of the film created by Marceline Day makes "The Beloved Rogue" stand out and by far surpasses any other picture of this kind.