The Constance Talmadge Double Feature (Her Night of Romance / Her Sister From Paris)
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HER NIGHT OF ROMANCE U.S. 1924 B&W 85 Min. 1.33:1 Directed by Sidney Franklin Produced by Joseph M. Schenck Screenplay by Hanns Kräly With Constance Talmadge, Ronald Colman, Jean Hersholt, Sidney Bracey, Albert Gran Music composed and performed by Bruce Loeb
HER SISTER FROM PARIS U.S. 1925 B&W 74 Min. 1.33:1 Directed by Sidney Franklin Produced by Joseph M. Schenck Screenplay by Hanns Kräly Based on the play by Ludwig Fulda With Constance Talmadge, Ronald Colman, George K. Arthur, Gertrude Claire Music composed and performed by Judith Rosenberg
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But Constance Talmadge was known as the blonde Talmadge, known for her work with D.W. Griffith especially for the 1916 film "Intolerance" and from 1914 through 1929, in her 15-year movie career, Constance had made over 80 silent films.
But unfortunately, many of her films are lost. Fortunately, KINO International has released "The Constance Talmadge Collection" (as well as "The Nora Talmadge Collection") containing her 1924 film "Her Night of Romance" and her 1925 film "Her Sister from Paris" which are her later silent films.
"Her Night of Romance" is a film about the Adams family. Samuel C. Adams (played by Albert Gran) is a multi-millionaire and his daughter Dorothy (played by Constance Talmadge) who are traveling to England to see a specialist for his daughter's heart trouble.
Dorothy knows that their arrival is going to be printed in newspapers and that all these men will be going after to her for her money, so she tries her best to look as unattractive on photos as possible.
While leaving from her ship, she accidentally trips and falls, but is caught by Paul Menford (played by Ronald Colman). Immediately the two are smitten with each other but what chances will they ever see each other again?
Meanwhile, we learn that Paul is actually a lord, but an impoverished British lord who is planning to sell his manor.Read more ›
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great movies. quality was great. Ronald Colman and Constance Talmadge were a good team.Published 4 months ago by Sarah A. Federico
Her night of romance (1924)
This film received rave reviews from critics for the comedy and fine performance by Constance Talmadge and Ronald Coleman. Read more
I thoroughly enjoyed both of these, but especially "Her Sister From Paris"...Constance Talmadge is very expressive and fun to watch. Read morePublished 17 months ago by wayno9999
So much has been lost of our heritage of silent film, and the legacy of the legendary performers of the era, that any 'new' release is cause to celebrate... Read morePublished on April 16, 2010 by Benjamin J Burgraff
Having recently reviewed the NORMA TALMADGE COLLECTION from Kino, It's time now to say a few words regarding sister Constance. Read morePublished on March 20, 2010 by Chip Kaufmann