Anybody Here Seen Kelly? (1928)

Comedy-drama | 9 September 1928

Director:

William Wyler

Writer:

John B. Clymer

Cinematographer:

Charles Stumar

Editor:

George McGuire

Production Company:

Universal Pictures Corp.
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HISTORY

The 2 Dec 1927 Motion Picture News reported that the Cozine brothers, Arthur and Ray, were assisting director William Wyler by filming the New York City sequences for Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly?, but they are not listed in credits.
       The following were not given screen credit for adaptation: Joseph Franklin Poland, James Gruen, John B. Clymer, Rob Wagner, Earl Snell, and Samuel M. ... More Less

The 2 Dec 1927 Motion Picture News reported that the Cozine brothers, Arthur and Ray, were assisting director William Wyler by filming the New York City sequences for Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly?, but they are not listed in credits.
       The following were not given screen credit for adaptation: Joseph Franklin Poland, James Gruen, John B. Clymer, Rob Wagner, Earl Snell, and Samuel M. Pike. More Less

GEOGRAPHIC LOCATIONS
BIBLIOGRAPHIC SOURCES
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Film Daily
21 Oct 1928.
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Motion Picture News
2 Dec 1927
p. 1749.
DETAILS
Alternate Title:
Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly?
Release Date:
9 September 1928
Copyright Claimant:
Universal Pictures Corp.
Copyright Date:
13 April 1928
Copyright Number:
LP25163
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
6,243
Length(in reels):
6 , 7
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Mitzi Lavelle, in love with carefree Pat Kelly, a member of the A. E. F. in France, follows him to America as a stewardess on a liner. Arriving in New York, Mitzi is met by Buck Johnson, once a rival for her hand, now a customs official. He promises to extend her leave if she will spend it with him. Mitzi rejects him, finds Kelly directing traffic at 42nd Street and Broadway (where he is stationed as a traffic policeman), and proceeds to settle down with him. Johnson attempts to have Mitzi deported while Kelly is held in jail for assaulting the customs official. Assisted by an Irish sergeant, Kelly claims Mitzi before the ship departs and marries her, thus forever thwarting Johnson's intentions to eject ... +


Mitzi Lavelle, in love with carefree Pat Kelly, a member of the A. E. F. in France, follows him to America as a stewardess on a liner. Arriving in New York, Mitzi is met by Buck Johnson, once a rival for her hand, now a customs official. He promises to extend her leave if she will spend it with him. Mitzi rejects him, finds Kelly directing traffic at 42nd Street and Broadway (where he is stationed as a traffic policeman), and proceeds to settle down with him. Johnson attempts to have Mitzi deported while Kelly is held in jail for assaulting the customs official. Assisted by an Irish sergeant, Kelly claims Mitzi before the ship departs and marries her, thus forever thwarting Johnson's intentions to eject her. +

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