The Palace of Pleasure (1926)

Romance | 10 January 1926

Director:

Emmett Flynn

Writer:

Cinematographer:

Ernest Palmer

Production Company:

Fox Film Corp.
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HISTORY

Fox produced another adaptation of Adolph Paul's play in 1930. That film, entitled One Mad Kiss , was directed by Marcel Silver and James Tinling and starred Marcel Silver and Mona Maris. Fox also produced a Spanish-language version of One Mad Kiss entitled El precio de un beso , directed by Tinling and starring José Mojica and Mona Maris (see entries). ... More Less

Fox produced another adaptation of Adolph Paul's play in 1930. That film, entitled One Mad Kiss , was directed by Marcel Silver and James Tinling and starred Marcel Silver and Mona Maris. Fox also produced a Spanish-language version of One Mad Kiss entitled El precio de un beso , directed by Tinling and starring José Mojica and Mona Maris (see entries). More Less

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Film Daily
17 Jan 1926.
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LITERARY
Based on the play Lola Montez, the Spanish Dancer by Adolf Paul (Germany, 1917).
AUTHOR
DETAILS
Release Date:
10 January 1926
Copyright Claimant:
Fox Film Corp.
Copyright Date:
3 January 1926
Copyright Number:
LP22269
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,467
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Don Sebastian, the premier of Portugal, puts a price on the head of Ricardo Madons, a royalist who is accused of treason. Madons is violently in love with Lola Montez, a singer and actress, and kidnaps her when she will not come with him of her own free will. He forces her to marry him but does not hold her to her wedding vows. Don Sebastian, who is also in love with Lola, persuades her to lead Madons into a trap. As the royalist is about to be captured by the soldiers, however, Lola realizes her love for Madons and, at the cost of being wounded, saves his life. They flee together over the border to Spain, where Madons nurses Lola back to health and ... +


Don Sebastian, the premier of Portugal, puts a price on the head of Ricardo Madons, a royalist who is accused of treason. Madons is violently in love with Lola Montez, a singer and actress, and kidnaps her when she will not come with him of her own free will. He forces her to marry him but does not hold her to her wedding vows. Don Sebastian, who is also in love with Lola, persuades her to lead Madons into a trap. As the royalist is about to be captured by the soldiers, however, Lola realizes her love for Madons and, at the cost of being wounded, saves his life. They flee together over the border to Spain, where Madons nurses Lola back to health and happiness. +

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