A Knight in London (1928)

Comedy, Drama

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A prince makes a socialite think she spent the night in his room.


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5 January 2013 | malcolmgsw
| A real curiosity
This film was co produced by Blattner Films in 1928.They bought the Neptune Studios in Elstree with the view of producing sound films using the new magnetic tape process.However the company experienced many problems and eventually went into liquidation in the early thirties.The copy of the film comes from a Spanish film archive.It has no opening credits,it is silent with no intertitles,it has a music track and lasts just 45 minutes.One therefore wonders if this was originally a sound film where the soundtrack has been lost.If it is silent why are there no intertitles.The fact that the actors are mouthing words is not conclusive as this was the norm for films of that period.Whilst it is possible to follow the plot the lack of intertitles makes it a bit heavy going,albeit well photographed.So mainly interesting as a historical curiosity.

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Comedy | Drama


Release Date:

17 December 1928

Country of Origin

Germany, UK

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