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Cast overview:
Lefty O'Brien
Patsy Ryan
Michael Ryan
The Stranger
The Stranger's Friend (as Charles Conklin)
Max Davidson ...
The Clothier
Herbert Spencer Griswold ...
The Texas Kid
The Battling Savage
Dr. Emmett Franklin
Mother Ryan
Frank Bond ...
Al Murphy


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Release Date:

12 December 1925 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Pour les beaux yeux de Patsy  »

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1.33 : 1
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Hogan's Alley (1925) -- Lost Silent ?
8 July 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Lefty O'Brien ( Monte Blue ), a pugilist, becomes engaged to ex-tomboy Patsy Ryan ( Patsy Ruth Miller ) against the wishes of her father, Michael ( Willard Louis ). They both live in an Irish-Jewish neighborhood on New York's East Side known as "Hogan's Alley." Lefty defeats Battling Savage ( Frank Hagney ) for the championship, breaking his left hand and leaving his opponent close to death. Lefty seeks refuge from apprehension by the police, but Michael turns out both Lefty and Patsy. Patsy is injured, and Michael calls in wealthy Dr. Emmett Franklin ( Nigel Barrie ), who takes more than a professional interest in Patsy. He invites Michael and Patsy to a dinner that turns into a wild party. Lefty breaks in, and Patsy returns his ring. The doctor invites father and daughter to his mountain lodge, but he leaves Michael stranded at the station. Michael and Lefty pursue the train in an automobile. The car and train collide, and the engineer abandons the train, leaving a part of it to run away. Lefty rescues Patsy with the aid of an airplane, the two settle down to married life and, to Michael's pleasure, make their fortune in plumbing.

This silent action/drama was based on the short story "Hogan's Alley" by Gregory Rogers and was produced and released by Warner Brothers Pictures. Early silent film comedians Louise Fazenda, Ben Turpin and Charles Conklin also had small roles in this now lost silent. film.

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