Home Sweet Home (1926)

6 mins | Drama | 1926

Director:

John Gorman

Writer:

John Gorman

Producer:

Paul Terry

Cinematographer:

James S. Brown Jr.

Editor:

Alex Troffey

Production Company:

John Gorman Pictures
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HISTORY

No specific American release date has been located for this film, although reveiws and ads confirm that it played in New York and Pennsylvania in Nov and Dec 1926. The picture was reviewed in Dec 1927 in the British trade publication Kinematograph Weekly , which listed a U.K. release date of 10 Jan ... More Less

No specific American release date has been located for this film, although reveiws and ads confirm that it played in New York and Pennsylvania in Nov and Dec 1926. The picture was reviewed in Dec 1927 in the British trade publication Kinematograph Weekly , which listed a U.K. release date of 10 Jan 1928. More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Kinematograph Weekly
15 Dec 1927
p. 58.
Reading Eagle
21 Nov 1926
p. 14.
The Film Renter and Moving Picture News
14 Dec 1927.
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Variety
29 Dec 1926
p. 16.
CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANY
DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTORS
Asst dir
PRODUCER
Prod
WRITER
Story and cont
PHOTOGRAPHY
Dir of photog
FILM EDITOR
Film ed
SET DECORATOR
Master of props
COSTUMES
PRODUCTION MISC
Tech dir
DETAILS
Release Date:
1926
Premiere Information:
Reading, PA opening: week of 21 November 1926
Copyright Claimant:
Pathé Exchange, inc.
Copyright Date:
26 October 1926
Copyright Number:
MU3628
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Duration(in mins):
6
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

When the Dunlap family inherits a fortune, they move to Long Island. Natalie Dunlap, who is loved by her home town banker's son, enjoys her new society, as do her brother and parents. Soon, however, the formerly happy family is torn apart when Mrs. Dunlap becomes involved with a pseudo-count, Mr. Dunlap is attracted to another woman and Natalie's brother begins drinking too much. When the banker's son comes to visit the Dunlaps in their new home, he is disgusted by their behavior. After Mrs. Dunlap runs away with the count, Natalie brings her back and the family soon clears the air. Finally, Natalie marries the banker's ... +


When the Dunlap family inherits a fortune, they move to Long Island. Natalie Dunlap, who is loved by her home town banker's son, enjoys her new society, as do her brother and parents. Soon, however, the formerly happy family is torn apart when Mrs. Dunlap becomes involved with a pseudo-count, Mr. Dunlap is attracted to another woman and Natalie's brother begins drinking too much. When the banker's son comes to visit the Dunlaps in their new home, he is disgusted by their behavior. After Mrs. Dunlap runs away with the count, Natalie brings her back and the family soon clears the air. Finally, Natalie marries the banker's son. +

GENRE
Genre:
Sub-genre:
Domestic


Subject

Legend
Viewed by AFI
Partially Viewed
Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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