The White Rose (1923 film)


The White Rose is a 1923 American silent drama film directed by D W Griffith The film was written, produced, and directed by Griffith, and stars Mae Marsh, Ivor Novello, Carol Dempster, and Neil Hamilton

The film was shot in several locations throughout Florida and Louisiana Though this film is extant, it is one of Griffith's rarely seen films According to film historian William K Everson, a tinted and toned 35 mm nitrate print was allowed to decompose in the 1960s, leaving only a sole black and white print1

Castedit

  • Mae Marsh - Bessie 'Teazie' Williams
  • Carol Dempster - Marie Carrington
  • Ivor Novello - Joseph Beaugarde
  • Neil Hamilton - John White
  • Lucille La Verne - 'Auntie' Easter
  • Porter Strong - Apollo
  • Jane Thomas - Cigarstand Girl
  • Kate Bruce - An Aunt
  • Erville Alderson - Man of the World
  • Herbert Sutch - The Bishop
  • Joseph Burke - The Landlord
  • Mary Foy - The Landlady
  • Charles Emmett Mack - Guest
  • Uncle Tom Jenkins - old black man

Referencesedit

  1. ^ Progressive Silent Film List: The White Rose at silenteracom

External linksedit

  • The White Rose on Internet Movie Database
  • The White Rose at AllMovie
  • Lantern slide at silenthollywoodcom
  • Lobby card at moviessilentlycom
  • Film still at George Eastman House




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