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Olga 'The Midnight Sun' Morova
Pat O'Malley ...
Grand Duke Sergius of Russia
Michael Vavitch ...
Duke's Adjutant (as Mikhael Vavitch)
Raymond Keane ...
Alexei Orloff - Russian Officer
Earl Metcalfe ...
Nicolai Orloff (as Earl Metcalf)
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Ivan Kusmin - Banker
Arthur Hoyt ...
Yessky - Kusmin's Secretary
Medea Radzina ...
Anisya - Olga's Companion
Nicholas Soussanin ...
Duke's Aide
Cesare Gravina ...
Opera Director
Nina Romano ...
Barbara
Albert Prisco ...
Messenger
George B. Williams ...
Ruined Banker
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23 April 1926 (USA)  »

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Amour de Prince  »

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(2-strip Technicolor) (one sequence)|

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1.33 : 1
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The relatively brief (one minute) Ballet of Jewel's sequence, running 109 feet, was filmed in 2-strip Technicolor. See more »

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29 December 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Again, not a review, but, when this film was shown at the Imperial, Walsall, Staffordshire, England in October 1926 it was shown "complete and without any drastic cuts as made in Birmingham", and had scenes in natural colouring, produced by an entirely new process which caused no flicker or strain to the eyes. As we all know, colour processes at this time were not always successful or even popular with audiences, so it is possible that a colour-free version was also available. The Imperial was a cinema constantly seeking ways to attract patrons who might otherwise go to its newer, more classy neighbour, The Picture House. The film was described as "stupendous" and a vocalist from a London theatre was employed to accompany it for some reason not explained.


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