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Frisco Sally Levy

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Frisco Sally Levy
Directed byWilliam Beaudine
Screenplay byAlfred A. Cohn, adaptation: Vernon Smith
Story byAlfred A. Cohn
Lew Lipton
Joseph Farnham
StarringTenen Holtz
Kate Price
Sally O'Neil
CinematographyMax Fabian
Edited byBlanche Sewell
Distributed byMetro Goldwyn Mayer
Release date
April 2, 1927
Running time
70 minutes
CountryUnited States

Frisco Sally Levy (a.k.a. "Véspera de Natal") is a lost[1] 1927 comedy silent film directed by William Beaudine and starring Sally O'Neil and Roy D'Arcy, which was released on April 2, 1927.[2][3][4]


Colleen Lapidowitz (O'Neil) falls in love with an Irish police officer named Patrick Sweeney (Delaney), which is a relief to her Jewish father Isaac (Holtz) and Irish mother Bridget (Price) who have tried to discourage her interest in a sleazy lounge lizard named Stuart Gold (D'Arcy).


  • Tenen Holtz as Isaac Solomon Lapidowitz
  • Kate Price as Bridget O'Grady Lapidowitz
  • Sally O'Neil as Sally Colleen Lapidowitz
  • Leon Holmes as Michael Abraham Lapidowitz
  • Turner Savage as Isidore Pastrick Lapidowitz
  • Helen Levine as Rebecca Patricia Lapidowitz
  • Roy D'Arcy as I. Stuart Gold
  • Charles Delaney as Patrick Sweeney
  • Cameo the Dog



  1. ^ The Library of Congress/FIAF American Silent Feature Film Survival Catalog:Frisco Sally Levy
  2. ^ SCREENLAND, July 1927, "Frisc Sally Levy: Starring Sally O'Neil and Roy D'Arcy."
  3. ^ Marshall, Wendy L. "William Beaudine: from silents to television," Chapter 10: Frisco Sally Levy, pg. 93
  4. ^ Frisco Sally Levy at Arne Andersen's Lost Film Files: Metro Goldwyn Mayer Archived March 3, 2016, at the Wayback Machine

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