• 1916
  • US
  • 2h 4min
  • E
  • Directed by: D W Griffith
  • Written by: DW Griffith, Hettie Grey Baker, Tod Browning, Anita Loos, Mary H O'Connor, Walt Whitman, Frank E Woods
  • Cast: Mae Marsh, Robert Harron, Constance Talmadge, Lillian Gish, Josephine Crowell, Margery Wilson, Frank Bennett, Elmer Clifton, Miriam Cooper, Alfred Paget
  • Language: Silent film, English intertitles
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Four-part silent lament on man's inhumanity to man. Part of the Anita Loos Retrospective. 'Part of the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2007'.

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9 Aug 2007

And so begins this year’s List-sponsored Anita Loos Retrospective of films, written by or adapted from the work of the grand old dame of American screenwriting. First up is legendary silent film director DW Griffiths’ one true masterpiece from 1916…

Anita Loos retrospective

19 Jul 2007

Anita Loos was an intellectual brunette who wrote about dumb gold-diggers. As a major retrospective of her work hits the Festival, Paul Dale explores her legacy

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