Broken Chains

Directed by: Allen Holubar, USA, 1922

USA, 1922
Plakatmotiv Broken Chains, © Goldwyn Pictures Corporation

Cast and Credits

Production Goldwyn Pictures Corporation
Distribution Goldwyn Distributing Company
Goldwyn Distributing Company [(France)]
Producer Samuel Goldwyn [Presenter]
Allen Holubar
Paul Bern [Supervision]
Director Allen Holubar
Assistant Director Nat Salmon
Scenario Carey Wilson
Tay Garnett
Story Tay Garnett
Director of Photography Byron Haskin [(as B.C. Haskins)]
Cast Malcolm McGregor [Peter Wyndham]
Colleen Moore [Mercy Boone]
Ernest Torrence [Boyan Boone]
Ernest Torrence [Hortense Allen]
James A. Marcus [Pat Mulcahy (as James Marcus)]
Beryl Mercer [Mrs. Mulcahy]
William Orlamond [Slog Sallee]
Willie Fung [Chinese Man (not credited)]
Edward Peil [Burglar]
Gerald Pring [Butler]
Gerald Pring [Gus]

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,, 6190 feet, 7 reels
Sound System: silent
First Screening: December 10, 1922 in USA
US Copyright: November 30, 1922 - ©LP.18477
Survival Status: Prints of this picture exist [Archiv: George Eastman House (Rochester), Museum of Modern Art (New York)]
Szenenphoto aus Broken Chains, © Goldwyn Pictures Corporation

Szenenphoto aus Broken Chains, © Goldwyn Pictures Corporation
Szenenphoto aus Broken Chains, © Goldwyn Pictures Corporation

General Information

Broken Chains is a motion picture produced in the year 1922 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Allen Holubar, with Malcolm McGregor, Colleen Moore, Ernest Torrence, , James A. Marcus, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Broken Chains available.

Bibliography - Camera! June 10, 1922, pg 4
- Camera! June 24, 1922, pg 7
- Camera! August 5, 1922, pg 16
- Camera! September 9, 1922, pg 4
- Exhibitors Trade Review, September 30, 1922, pg 1164
- Exhibitors Trade Review, December 23, 1922, pg 217
- The Motion Picture News, December 16, 1922, pg 3065
- The Motion Picture News, 16 December 1916, pg 3741.
- The Moving Picture World, 16 December 1916, pg 1654, 1696
- The New York Dramatic Mirror, 9 December 1916, pg 26.
- Picture Play Magazine, July 1923, pg 90
- Variety, 1 December 1916, pg 28.
- Wid's Film Daily, 7 December 1916, pg 1151.
- Wid's Film Daily, December 12, 1922, pg 4
- Wid's Film Daily, December 17, 1922, pg 13

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