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The Red Mill(1927)

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  • The Redmill

    • Polly
    • 2/8/08

    Though not one of her best, Marion Davies is great in this film! The music score is great and everything from the senery to the outfits is in great.

  • MORE MARION DAVIES FILMS

    • drednm
    • 4/9/07

    Another terrific silent film (how many more Marion Davies films are hiding in the TCM vault?) finally gets shown and is a total pleasure. Almost a fairy tale but grounded by the comedic talents of Davies. The last segment in the mill is gorgeously photographed. Fun all the way. I loved the ice skating race!

  • Great to see this Rare Film

    • Jeff
    • 4/9/07

    Marion Davies is so often overlooked today for on onscreen acting and comedic abilities. Since she was tied to Hearst, many just thought she was a "patsy."However, if you look at the move "The Patsy," as well as the "The Red Mill," you will see great comedic genius. I am glad that our generation can see this lady in her prime again. Later talkie films of Davies do not show the charm of her silent era.

  • Laugh out loud silly

    • Meghann
    • 4/9/07

    This film was very humourous. I found myself laughing out loud to this silly film. Tina is silly and loveable and Willem is a brut if there ever was one. I enjoyed this film very much.

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