Dorothy Farnum


Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Over Night (1915)
The Cub (1915)
Peggy White

Writer (Feature Film)

Lorna Doone (1935)
Screenwriter
The Constant Nymph (1934)
Screenwriter
Power (1934)
Adaptation
Evensong (1934)
Adaptation
Sevilla de mis amores (1930)
Argumento de [Story]
Le spectre vert (1930)
Screenwriter
Redemption (1930)
Screenwriter
Call of the Flesh (1930)
Story
A Lady's Morals (1930)
Story
The Pagan (1929)
Scen
The Unholy Night (1929)
Adaptation
The Divine Woman (1928)
Scen
Dream of Love (1928)
Screenwriter
The Torrent (1926)
Adaptation
The Temptress (1926)
Adaptation
Bardelys the Magnificent (1926)
Adaptation
The Unknown Soldier (1926)
Theme suggested by
Off the Highway (1925)
Adaptation
Recompense (1925)
Scen
Rose of the World (1925)
Adaptation
Being Respectable (1924)
Scen
A Lost Lady (1924)
Adaptation
Lovers' Lane (1924)
Adaptation
Tess of the D'Urbervilles (1924)
Adaptation
The Lover of Camille (1924)
Adaptation
Beau Brummel (1924)
Adaptation
Babbitt (1924)
Adaptation
Daring Youth (1924)
Story
Sinner or Saint (1923)
Scen
Modern Marriage (1923)
Adaptation
The Darling of the Rich (1923)
Scen
Loyal Lives (1923)
Story
Jacqueline, or Blazing Barriers (1923)
Adaptation
The Darling of the Rich (1923)
Adaptation
Fair Lady (1922)
Scen
The Secrets of Paris (1922)
Adaptation
His Wife's Husband (1922)
Scen
How Women Love (1922)
Adaptation
Salvation Nell (1921)
Adaptation
The Great Adventure (1921)
Scen
Jim the Penman (1921)
Scen
The Iron Trail (1921)
Scen
Wife Against Wife (1921)
Scen
Good References (1920)
Scen
The Broken Melody (1919)
Story

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Redemption (1930) - I'm Afraid I'm A Barbarian Still in the opening scene, Russian playboy Fedya (John Gilbert) revels with his Gypsy friends, especially Renée Adorée as Masha, when he’s distracted by Lisa (Eleanor Boardman) and old friend Victor (Conrad Nagel), in MGM’s Redemption 1930, remotely based on a Tolstoy play.
Redemption (1930) - Thou Has Not Promised Thyself... Director Fred Niblo clinging to silent-film conventions, shifting from a fledgling pre-revolutionary Russian romance to a high Orthodox wedding, in a lofty MGM soundstage, John Gilbert as rogue Fedya and Eleanor Boardman as smitten Lisa, in Redemption 1930, remotely based on a Tolstoy play.
Beau Brummel (1924) - Indiscreet Midnight Suppers John Barrymore (title character), now out of favor with the Prince Of Wales, plans to cultivate the Duchess of York instead, only to get a surprise warning from loyal Lady Alvanley (Mary Astor), whom he has secretly loved all along, in Warner Brothers' Beau Brummel, 1924.
Temptress, The (1926) - Her Jewels Paid The Way Argentine engineer Robledo (Antonio Moreno) at first thrilled his childhood pal Torre (Armand Kaliz) has come from France, less delighted when his decadent wife Elena (Greta Garbo), whom he has scorned, appears, in The Temptress, 1926, from a Vicente Blasco-Ibanez novel.
Temptress, The (1926) - Till We Meet In Hell Technical flash, naughty and operatic content, as French Fontenoy (Marc MacDermott) hosts what we learn is his last bash, blaming all on wanton mistress Elena (Greta Garbo), who's become more interested in new flame Robledo (Antonio Moreno), in MGM's The Temptress, 1926.
Temptress, The (1926) - Will You Think Me Too Bold? At a wild Paris costume party, fleeing the advances of her creepy lover and host, Elena (Greta Garbo, in her 2nd Hollywood picture) having no fun until intercepted by a stranger (Antonio Moreno), whom we will learn is a close friend of her wronged husband, early in MGM’s The Temptress, 1926.
Beau Brummel (1924) - Your Wife Has Just Been Kissed John Barrymore (title character) is ingratiating himself with the Prince Of Wales (Willard Louis), the future George IV, who is busy fooling around with an innkeepers' wife (Betty Brice), taking the hit when the inkeeper (James A. Marcus) catches on, in Warner Brothers' Beau Brummel, 1924.
Jew Suss (1934) - The Price Of Our Heritage From a vignette in the Wurtemberg jewish ghetto to the introduction of Josef Suss Oppenheim (Conrad Veidt), with sidekick Landauer (Paul Graetz), opening the 1934 British version of Jew Suss, a.k.a. Power.
Jew Suss (1934) - Can You Make Gold? Suss Oppenheim (Conrad Veidt) attempting a secret visit with the rabbi uncle (Cedric Hardwicke) caring for his daughter, when his new friend the drunken prince Karl (Frank Vosper) intrudes, in the British version of Jew Suss, 1934.
Bardelys The Magnificent - About To Lose My Head In what is notably a failed escape attempt, Bardelys (John Gilbert), about to be hanged as someone else, swashbuckles away until King Louis XIII (Roy D'Arcy) arrives to rescue, in Bardelys The Magnificent, 1926.
Bardelys The Magnificent - Unworthy Wretch Roxalanne (Eleanor Boardman) is failing to resist "Lesperon," (John Gilbert), impostor though he may be, while on a seductive boat ride, in King Vidor's drama of 17th century France, Bardelys The Magnificent, 1926.

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