Children of divorce / a Paramount Picture ; Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky present ; a Frank Lloyd production ; directed by Frank Lloyd ; story by Owen Johnson ; screen play by Hope Loring and Louis D. Lighton.

[Blu-ray edition].
[Los Angeles, CA] : Flicker Alley, LLC [2016]
Blackhawk Films collection.
Blackhawk Films collection
1 videodisc (71 min.) : silent, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
4 3/4 in. stamping
Adult children of divorced parents -- Drama.
Divorce -- Drama.
Man-woman relationships -- Drama.
First loves -- Drama.
Marriage -- Drama.
Adult children of divorced parents.
First loves.
Man-woman relationships.
Feature films.
Fiction films.
Film adaptations.
Melodramas (Motion pictures)
Romance films.
Silent films.
Romance films.
Melodramas (Motion pictures)
Film adaptations.
Silent films.
Silent films -- United States.
Fiction films.
Feature films.
Feature films -- United States.
Silent film with English intertitles and added music score.
System Details:
Blu-ray, region A; requires Blu-ray player.
digital optical
video file Blu-ray 1080p high definition region A
"The film begins in an American 'divorce colony' in Paris after the First World War, where parents would leave their children for months at a time. Jean, Kitty, and Ted meet there as children and become fast friends. Years later, in America, when wealthy Ted (Gary Cooper) reconnects with Jean (Esther Ralston), the two fall deeply in love, vowing to fulfill a childhood promise to one day marry each other. But true love and the most innocent of plans are no match for the scheming Kitty - played by the original Hollywood 'It' girl, Clara Bow - who targets Ted for his fortune. After a night of drunken revelry, Ted wakes up to find he has unwittingly married Kitty. This unfortunate turn of events, however, carries with it the traumatized pasts of the three players, whose views of marriage have been shaped as children of divorce."--Container.
Clara Bow, Esther Ralston, Gary Cooper, Einar Hanson, Norman Trevor, Hedda Hopper, Edward Martindel, Joyce Coad, Yvonne Pettetier, Don Marion.
Photography, Norbert Brodine, Victor Milner ; titles, Alfred Hustwick ; music compiled and performed by The Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra.
Based on the book Children of divorce, by Owen Johnson.
"This edition produced by David Shepard, Blackhawk Films Collection."
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1927.
Also issued in Blu-ray/DVD dual-format edition.
Bonus materials: "Clara Bow: discovering the 'It' Girl," an hour-long film documenting the life of the woman who would become the icon of the flapper era, from her tragic childhood to her tumultuous personal life as Hollywood's first sex symbol; souvenir booklet, featuring rare photographs, an essay by film preservationist and Clara Bow biographer David Stenn, notes on the production of the documentary by producer-director Hugh Munro Neely, and a brief write-up about the music by Rodney Sauer, score compiler and director of The Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra.
Lloyd, Frank, 1887-1960, film director, film producer.
Loring, Hope, screenwriter.
Lighton, Louis D. (Louis Duryea), 1895-1963, screenwriter.
Johnson, Owen, 1878-1952, screenwriter.
Zukor, Adolph, 1873-1976, film producer.
Lasky, Jesse L., 1880-1958, film producer.
Brodin, Norbert, 1896-1970, director of photography.
Milner, Victor, 1893-1972, director of photography.
Bow, Clara, 1905-1965, actor.
Ralston, Esther, 1902-1994, actor.
Cooper, Gary, 1901-1961, actor.
Hanson, Einar, 1899-1927, actor.
Trevor, Norman, 1877-1929, actor.
Hopper, Hedda, 1885-1966, actor.
Martindel, Edward, 1876-1955, actor.
Coad, Joyce, 1917-1987, actor.
Pelletier, Yvonne, 1915-1984, actor.
Marion, Don, 1917-2012, actor.
Shepard, David, video producer.
Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra, performer.
Famous Players-Lasky Corporation, production company.
Paramount Pictures Corporation (1914-1927), production company.
Flicker Alley (Firm), publisher.
Clara Bow, discovering the "It" Girl.
Publisher Number:
FA0050 Flicker Alley
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