Vive la France!

The Cross of Shame (Working title)

Directed by: Roy William Neill, USA, 1918

USA, 1918
Plakatmotiv Vive la France!, © Ince Corporation

Cast and Credits

Production Thomas H. Ince Corporation
Distribution Famous Players-Lasky Corporation
Producer Thomas H. Ince [Presenter / supervisor]
Director Roy William Neill [(as R. William Neill)]
Assistant Director Bert E. Sebell [(as Bert Seivel)]
Scenario C. Gardner Sullivan
Based on H.H. van Loan [(story: The Cross of Shame)]
Director of Photography John Stumar [(as John S. Stumar)]
George Barnes
Art Director G. Harold Percival
Cast Dorothy Dalton [Genevieve Bouchette]
Edmund Lowe [Jean Picard]
Fred Starr [Captain Heinrich May (as Frederick Starr)]
Tom Guise [Colonel Bouchier]
Bert Woodruff [Pierre Le Gai]
Bert Sprotte [German Sergeant (as B. Sprotte)]
Bert Sprotte [Undetermined role]

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,, 5000 feet, 5 reels
Sound System: silent
First Screening: September 15, 1918 in USA
US Copyright: September 02, 1918 - ©LP.12828
Survival Status: Prints of this picture exist [Archiv: Cinémathèque Royale de Belgique (Bruxelles)]

General Information

Vive la France! is a motion picture produced in the year 1918 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Roy William Neill, with Dorothy Dalton, Edmund Lowe, Fred Starr, Tom Guise, Bert Woodruff, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Vive la France! available.

Bibliography - Exhibitor's Trade Review, 5 October 1918, pg 1525, 1531
- The Motion Picture News, 5 October 1918, pg 2257.
- The Moving Picture World, 28 September 1918, pg 1925.
- The Moving Picture World, 19 October 1918, pg 444.
- Variety, 27 September 1918, pg 42.
- Wid's Film Daily, 29 September 1918, pp. 25-26.

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