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Come On Over (film)

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Come on Over
Come on Over (1922) - 1.jpg
Still from the film with Florence Drew, Colleen Moore, and Ralph Graves
Directed byAlfred E. Green
Screenplay byRupert Hughes
Story byRupert Hughes
CinematographyL. William O'Connell
Production
company
Distributed byGoldwyn Pictures Corporation
Release date
  • March 11, 1922 (1922-03-11)
Running time
60 min
CountryUnited States
LanguageSilent (English intertitles)

Come on Over is a 1922 American comedy silent black and white film directed by Alfred E. Green and based on the stage musical by Rupert Hughes.[1] It stars Colleen Moore.[2][3] Its release beat The Wall Flower to the theaters and it was well received.[4]

Plot

As described in a film magazine,[5] L. William O'Connell (Moore) bids a fond goodbye to Shane O'Mealia (Graves) when he sets sail from Ireland to the United States. He promises that he will send for her. Three years then go by. He has ill luck in New York City, where he loses one job after another. After he helps Dugan (Collins) reform from drink, the daughter Judy (O'Connor) falls in love with Shane. Finally, Moyna comes to America with the Morahans and, misunderstanding Shane's interest in Judy, flies into a tantrum. However, it all ends happily.

Cast

References

  1. ^ American Film Institute (1997). Gevinson, Alan (ed.). Within Our Gates: Ethnicity in American Feature Films, 1911–1960. University of California Press. p. 220. ISBN 9780520209640.
  2. ^ Benshoff, Harry M.; Griffin, Sean (August 26, 2011). America on Film: Representing Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality at the Movies. John Wiley & Sons. p. 86. ISBN 9781444357592.
  3. ^ Massa, Steve. Slapstick Divas: The Women of Silent Comedy. BearManor Media.
  4. ^ Codori, Jeff (April 19, 2012). Colleen Moore: A Biography of the Silent Film Star. McFarland Publishing. pp. 97, 100. ISBN 9780786488995.
  5. ^ "Reviews: Come on Over". Exhibitors Herald. New York City: Exhibitors Herald Company. 14 (14): 55. April 1, 1922.

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