Anne Against the World (1929)

60 mins | Drama | 1929

Director:

Duke Worne

Writer:

Arthur Hoerl

Cinematographer:

Hap Depew

Production Company:

Trem Carr Productions
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SOURCE CITATIONS
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Film Daily
7 Jul 1929.
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Variety
10 Jul 1929
p. 24.
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LITERARY
Based on the novel Anne Against the World by Victor Thorne (New York, 1925).
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DETAILS
Release Date:
1929
Premiere Information:
release: 11 April or 1 May 1929
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Duration(in mins):
60
Length(in feet):
5,731
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Surrounded by admirers and pursued by a despicable producer, Anne, a musical comedy star, easily falls for John Forbes, who is tall, handsome, and rolling in wealth. They are married; but the producer will not leave Anne alone, and John tests her by pretending that he is only a penniless namesake of John Forbes. Anne waivers and returns to the old life; but true love triumphs, and the couple are ... +


Surrounded by admirers and pursued by a despicable producer, Anne, a musical comedy star, easily falls for John Forbes, who is tall, handsome, and rolling in wealth. They are married; but the producer will not leave Anne alone, and John tests her by pretending that he is only a penniless namesake of John Forbes. Anne waivers and returns to the old life; but true love triumphs, and the couple are reconciled. +

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AFI Life Achievement Award

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