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Broken Blossoms

Broken Blossoms(1919)

Also Known As: The Chink and the Child |

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Brief Synopsis

In this silent film, an Asian man in London falls in love with an abused child.

Cast & Crew

D. W. Griffith Director
Lillian Gish Lucy, the girl
Donald Crisp "Battling" Burrows
Arthur Howard His manager
Richard Barthelmess The Yellow Man
Edward Peil Evil eye
Norman Selby A prize fighter
D. W. Griffith Producer
D. W. Griffith Mus accompaniment, including original compositions by
Louis F. Gottschalk Mus accompaniment arr
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  not available
Release Date:  1919 Production Date:  16 & 35mm - Kit Parker
Color/B&W:  Black and White (tinted screen) Distributions Co:  United Artists Corp.
Sound:  Silent Production Co:  D. W. Griffith
Duration(mins):  not available Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  6    

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  • Broken Blossoms

    John 2013-08-02

    Overall-3/5Lead Performers-3/5Supporting Cast-2/5Director-5/5Screenplay-2/5Cinematography-4/5Importance-4/5Recomendation for fans of the genre-3/5 MORE>

  • Worth watching

    Squire 2012-09-03

    A true classic that stands the test of time! My only complaint with the version I watched on TCM would be with the modern score. This guitar driven score... MORE>

  • Broken Blossoms

    Dashiell Barnes 2012-08-15

    Griffith's most beautiful & sensetive film. Barthelmess & Gish's vulnerability in a cruel world makes us immediately sympathize with them... MORE>