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Lights of Old Broadway

Little Old New York (UK)
Merry Wives of Gotham (UK)

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1925 November, 1
70 minutes
Drama / Romance

Lights of Old Broadway (1925) is a drama film directed by Monta Bell, produced by William Randolph Hearst's Cosmopolitan Productions, and released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The film stars Marion Davies and Conrad Nagel, and is an adaptation of the play The Merry Wives of Gotham by Laurence Eyre (USA). The film has color sequences using tinting, Technicolor, and the Handschiegl color process. The play was produced on Broadway at Henry Miller's Theatre from January 16, 1924 to April 1924. Davies' part was played on the stage by actress Mary Ellis. - IMDb

Broadways store Nat Denmark
A Filha dos Pobres Brazil
Las luces de Broadway Spain
Little Old New York UK
Luces del viejo Broadway (theatrical title) Argentina
Merry Wives of Gotham UK
Merry Wives of Gotham (working title) USA
Svetla starog Brodveja (Serbian title) Yugoslavia
Огни старого Бродвея (Russian title) Soviet Union

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