Lady Diana Stonehill
|Rest of cast listed alphabetically:|
The Real Lord Stonehill (uncredited)
|William Nigh||...||(directed by)|
|John T. Neville||...||(story by) (as John Thomas Neville) and|
|Dale Van Every||...||(story by)|
|Willis Goldbeck||...||(treatment by)|
|Lenore J. Coffee||...||(continuity by) (as Lenore Coffee)|
|Endre Bohem||...||(adaptation by)|
|Marian Ainslee||...||(titles by) and|
|Ruth Cummings||...||(titles by)|
|William Nigh||...||producer (uncredited)|
|James Wong Howe||...||(photographed by) (as James Howe)|
|Harry Reynolds||...||film editor|
- Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) (presents) (controlled by Loew's Incorporated) (A William Nigh Production)
- Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) (1929) (United States) (theatrical)
- Warner Home Video (2010) (United States) (DVD) (dvdr)
Hugh Roland is the manager of an African diamond mine, when Lord Stonehill and his daughter Diana arrive to visit the mine. He immediately takes a liking to the lovely Diana, but unfortunately they turn out to be imposters who seize a tray of diamonds and kidnap him while escaping to the desert. Not knowing how to survive in the desert, the two eventually must rely on Hugh to find water and get them out.
Written by Robert Tonsing
|Taglines||She hated him-scorned his advances- and then in the burning desert, he gave her his last precious drops of water! (Print Ad- Evening Record, ((Ellensburg, Wash.)) 8 June 1929) See more »|
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|Trivia||John Gilbert's last silent film. Later that year he would make his disastrous sound debut in His Glorious Night (1929). See more »|
Lady Diana Stonehill:
The diamonds are in here. Take them - and give me water.
[Rand shakes his head no]
Lady Diana Stonehill: Take me...
Hugh Rand: [Looking at a disheveled Diana] The paint's all peeled off - there's nothing tempting about you now -...
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