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East Side, West Side (1927)

Passed | | Drama, Romance, Sport | 9 October 1927 (USA)

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... John Breen
... Becka Lipvitch
... Pug Malone
Dore Davidson ... Channon Lipvitch
Sonia Nodell ... Mrs. Lipvitch (as Sonia Nodalsky)
... Josephine
John Miltern ... Gerrit Rantoul
... Gilbert Van Horn
Frank Dodge ... Judge Kelly
Dan Wolheim ... Grogan
Johnny Dooley ... Grogan Gang Member
John Kearney ... Policeman
Edward Garvie ... Fight Ring Second (as Edward Garvey)
Frank Allworth ... Flash (as Frank Allsworth)
William Frederic ... Breen (as William Fredericks)
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A Story of New York Today with it's Loves, Passions and Hates (original one-sheet poster) See more »

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Drama | Romance | Sport

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The last of four modestly-budgeted films directed by Allan Dwan at the old Fox Studios facility in New York during 1926 and 1927. The others were Summer Bachelors (1926), The Music Master (1927) and The Joy Girl (1927). See more »

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Remade as Skyline (1931) See more »

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Good production values cannot hide the stale plot
1 December 2000 | by See all my reviews

A poor boy's rise and the girl friend he almost loses when she sacrifices her love so he can mix with high society.

Basically a standard Hollywood production of the time, more Hollywood than New York despite some nice location shooting. A few scenes are of interest, especially shots of the New York waterfront from a boat, a collapse at a subway construction site, and scenes on a sinking ocean liner. Some may also be interested in the miniature work used for the sinking of the ocean liner and of a barge, but this was done better later.


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