Sally of the Scandals (1928)

54 mins | Melodrama | 15 July 1928

Director:

Lynn Shores

Writer:

Enid Hibbard

Cinematographer:

Philip Tannura

Editor:

Archie Marshek

Production Company:

F,B.O. Productions, Inc.
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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Film Daily
10 Jun 1928
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New York Times
3 Jul 1928
p. 19
Variety
4 Jul 1928
p. 23
DETAILS
Release Date:
15 July 1928
Premiere Information:
New York opening: week of 2 Jul 1928
Production Date:

Copyright Info
Claimant
Date
Copyright Number
F,B.O. Productions, Inc.
13 June 1928
LP25355
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Duration(in mins):
54
Length(in feet):
6,059
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Steve Sinclair, backer of a Broadway musical show, and Bill Reilly, a gangleader who masquerades as a businessman, are rivals for chorus girl Sally Rand. Grateful for Reilly's promise to finance an operation for Sally's crippled sister, Mary, Sally agrees to marry him after the opening of her new show. During a cast party, leading lady Marian Duval, insanely jealous of Steve's attentions to Sally, slips a diamond bracelet (a gift from Steve) into Sally's pocket, then accuses her of stealing it. Steve learns of Marian's perfidy and Reilly's true identity in time to save Sally from marrying a thief. All ends happily when Sally is made star of the ...

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Steve Sinclair, backer of a Broadway musical show, and Bill Reilly, a gangleader who masquerades as a businessman, are rivals for chorus girl Sally Rand. Grateful for Reilly's promise to finance an operation for Sally's crippled sister, Mary, Sally agrees to marry him after the opening of her new show. During a cast party, leading lady Marian Duval, insanely jealous of Steve's attentions to Sally, slips a diamond bracelet (a gift from Steve) into Sally's pocket, then accuses her of stealing it. Steve learns of Marian's perfidy and Reilly's true identity in time to save Sally from marrying a thief. All ends happily when Sally is made star of the show.

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