Rose of the Tenements (1926)

Melodrama | 5 December 1926

Director:

Phil Rosen

Cinematographer:

H. Lyman Broening

Production Company:

R-C Pictures Corp.
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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Film Daily
19 Dec 1926.
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Variety
13 Apr 1927
p. 22.
DETAILS
Release Date:
5 December 1926
Copyright Claimant:
R-C Pictures Corp.
Copyright Date:
22 November 1926
Copyright Number:
LP23353
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
6,678
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Rose Rossetti, the orphaned daughter of a New York gangster, and Danny Lewis, also an orphan, are reared by the Kaminskys, an elderly Jewish couple who operate an artificial flower factory on the East Side. The Kaminskys die, telling Rose of her parentage, and leave the shop to Danny and Rose. Danny drifts into the clutches of Willofsky, a Bolshevik agitator, and Emma Goldstein, his coworker, to whom Danny is attracted. While agitating against the war with Germany, Willofsky and Emma are attacked by a crowd; Danny, after assaulting a policeman, prevents Emma from throwing a bomb. Through Galligan, a ward leader, he is exonerated by the police and allowed to enlist, to Rose's joy. After the war, Danny returns and finds that he is in love with ... +


Rose Rossetti, the orphaned daughter of a New York gangster, and Danny Lewis, also an orphan, are reared by the Kaminskys, an elderly Jewish couple who operate an artificial flower factory on the East Side. The Kaminskys die, telling Rose of her parentage, and leave the shop to Danny and Rose. Danny drifts into the clutches of Willofsky, a Bolshevik agitator, and Emma Goldstein, his coworker, to whom Danny is attracted. While agitating against the war with Germany, Willofsky and Emma are attacked by a crowd; Danny, after assaulting a policeman, prevents Emma from throwing a bomb. Through Galligan, a ward leader, he is exonerated by the police and allowed to enlist, to Rose's joy. After the war, Danny returns and finds that he is in love with Rose. +

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