Madge Bellamy plays an Irish-American debutante who falls in love with the son (Morton) of an impoverished aristocrat.

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Sheila Kelly
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Terry O'Flynn
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Mr. O'Flynn
Tom Maguire ...
Sheridan McShane Kelly
Sammy Cohen ...
Pawnbroker's Son
Marjorie Beebe ...
Kitty
Ted McNamara ...
O'Flynn's Groom
Tom McGuire ...
Police Lieutenant
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Police Lieutenant's Wife
Sidney Franklin ...
Pawnbroker
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Madge Bellamy plays an Irish-American debutante who falls in love with the son (Morton) of an impoverished aristocrat.

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3 July 1927 (USA)  »

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Corações Irlandeses  »

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Colleen (1927) -- Lost Silent ?
6 July 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

"A story of Irish hearts and racing horses. Deals with the son of impoverished lord who is in love with the daughter of wealthy neighbours. Their love making under difficulties and constant squabbles form basis of action." - Motion Picture News Booking Guide, October 1927

In this 1927 silent comedy, popular silent screen actress Madge Bellamy starred as Sheila Kelly , a young Irish-American girl making her debut, ad falls in love with Charles Morton ( Terry O'Flynn ) the son of an impoverished aristocrat Lord ( J. Farrell MacDonald ). Produced and released by the Fox Film Corporation, sadly this silent film's whereabouts is now listed as unknown. Hopefully a copy survives and resurfaces for public viewing.


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