Regeneration [videorecording] / William Fox presents R.A. Walsh's drama ; direction by R.A. Walsh ; adapted by Carl Harbaugh and Raoul Walsh. Young romance / Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Company ; director, George H. Melford ; written by William C. De Mille.

Format
Video/Projected medium
Language
English
Published/​Created
Chatsworth, CA : Image Entertainment, 2001.
Description
1 videodisc (130 min.) : sd., b&w with col. sequences ; 4 3/4 in.

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Summary note
[1st work] Regeneration follows the rise of a child of the slums from impoverished orphan at age ten to successful Bowery hoodlum at twenty-five. On the vice-ridden streets of New York, however, he rediscovers his forgotten innocence through the encouragement of Mamie Rose, the proprietress of a downtown mission, but must resist the influences of his colleagues to whom he is bound by criminal codes of honor. [2nd work] A shopgirl reads a romance serial about a young man masquerading as a duke and decides to use her savings to spend a week pretending to be wealthy.
Notes
  • [1st work] adapted from Owen Kildare's My Mamie Rose. [2nd work] Based on the play by William C. De Mille.
  • Release of two silent films produced in 1915.
  • Followed by Young Romance, produced in 1915 by the Feature Play Company.
Creation/​Production credits
[1st work] photography, Georges Benoit ; new musical setting by Philip Carli. [2nd work] cinematography by Walter Stradling ; new music score, Robert Israel.
System details
DVD.
Participant(s)/​Performer(s)
[1st work] Rockliffe Fellowes, Anna Q. Nilsson, William Sheer, John McCoy, H. McCoy, James Marcus, Maggie Weston, Carl Harbaugh. [2nd work] Edith Taliaferro, Tom Forman, Raymond Hatton, Florence Dagmar, Al Garcia, Chas. Wells, Mrs. Lewis McCord.
Language note
Silent films with English intertitles and new musical scores.
Contents
Regeneration (72 min.) -- Young Romance (58 min.).
Other title(s)
Young romance
Publisher no.
ID0510DSDVD
OCLC
50865456
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