N.l. Longacre Corp, 1929. Quarto. Item #018241
p. . D.W. Griffith's silent film with music added in the transition to the talkie. The story stars William Boyd (five years before he began making his Hop-a-long Cassidy series), Lupe Velez, and Jedda Goudal. When Boyd who plays Lieutenant Karl Von Arnim finds his fiancé the countess in the arms of Napoleon Bonaparte he cries out: "I'd rather marry a woman of the streets". In order to deceive him, the countess has a friend find a woman of the streets and disguises her as an innocent virgin from a comment. The film introduces in film for his first song Irving Berlin's composition written for this film: "Where is the Song of Songs for Me?" Previous owner's name. A good copy with original ties and wear along edges.