Sally in Our Alley (1927)

Romantic comedy | 3 September 1927

Director:

Walter Lang

Writer:

Edward Clark

Producer:

Harry Cohn

Cinematographer:

J. O. Taylor

Production Designer:

Robert E. Lee

Production Company:

Columbia Pictures Corp.
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HISTORY

The 1916 Peerless production Sally in Our Ally (see entry), directed by Travers Vale and starring Muriel Ostriche and Carlyle Blackwell, is unrelated to the 1927 film. ...

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The 1916 Peerless production Sally in Our Ally (see entry), directed by Travers Vale and starring Muriel Ostriche and Carlyle Blackwell, is unrelated to the 1927 film.

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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Film Daily
6 Nov 1927
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Variety
2 Nov 1927
p. 21
DETAILS
Release Date:
3 September 1927
Production Date:

Copyright Info
Claimant
Date
Copyright Number
Columbia Pictures Corp.
29 September 1927
LP24461
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,892
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Sally, a girl of the tenements, is adopted by neighbors Sandy Mack, Abraham Lapidowitz, and Tony Garibaldi upon her mother's death, and subsequently leads a happy home life with her foster fathers. Jimmie Adams, a young plumber who loves Sally, visits the house frequently. The group is broken up when Mrs. Mansfield, Sally's wealthy aunt, takes the girl away to her luxurious home to give her the advantages of social position; she also introduces Sally to Chester Drake, a very wealthy young man. When Sally invites her foster fathers and Jimmie to her eighteenth birthday party, she is embarrassed by their table manners. Mrs. Mansfield tells of Sally's interest in Adams, causing Jimmie to leave her, but Sally learns of her aunt's social snobbery and is reunited with him before he sets sail on a ...

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Sally, a girl of the tenements, is adopted by neighbors Sandy Mack, Abraham Lapidowitz, and Tony Garibaldi upon her mother's death, and subsequently leads a happy home life with her foster fathers. Jimmie Adams, a young plumber who loves Sally, visits the house frequently. The group is broken up when Mrs. Mansfield, Sally's wealthy aunt, takes the girl away to her luxurious home to give her the advantages of social position; she also introduces Sally to Chester Drake, a very wealthy young man. When Sally invites her foster fathers and Jimmie to her eighteenth birthday party, she is embarrassed by their table manners. Mrs. Mansfield tells of Sally's interest in Adams, causing Jimmie to leave her, but Sally learns of her aunt's social snobbery and is reunited with him before he sets sail on a ship.

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