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Stolen Kisses (1929 film)

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Stolen Kisses
Directed byRay Enright
Written by
CinematographyBen F. Reynolds
Edited byGeorge Marks
Distributed byWarner Bros.
Release date
  • February 23, 1929 (1929-02-23)
Running time
70 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguagesSound (Part-Talkie)
English Intertitles
Lobby card, 1929

Stolen Kisses is a 1929 sound part-talkie American pre-code comedy film directed by Ray Enright and starring May McAvoy, Hallam Cooley and Reed Howes.[1] In addition to sequences with audible dialogue or talking sequences, the film features a synchronized musical score and sound effects along with English intertitles. The soundtrack was recorded using the Vitaphone sound-on-disc system.

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The plot revolves around the story of a weak-willed son (Hallem Cooley) whose wife (May McAvoy) refuses to have children due to her social commitments. The son's impatient father (Claude Gillingwater), desperate for grandchildren, takes the couple to Paris hoping a change of scenery will spark their romance.

However, the father hires a divorce attorney (Reed Howes) to manipulate the couple through jealousy tactics. He arranges for an exotic dancer (Edna Murphy) to vamp the son while he (Reed Howes) courts the wife, creating a web of misunderstandings and near-infidelities.

The plan initially works, reigniting the couple's passion, but it soon spirals into chaos as the lawyer and his accomplice attempt to blackmail the couple. This leads to divorce proceedings and a courtroom scene where the wife reveals to the judge that her father-in-law's wishes are about to be realized. The judge informs the father and all is forgiven.


Preservation status

The film is now lost.[2][3]

See also


  1. ^ Liebman p.201
  2. ^ "Lost Film Files - Warner".
  3. ^ "Stolen Kisses". June 23, 2018.


  • Roy Liebman. Vitaphone Films: A Catalogue of the Features and Shorts. McFarland, 2003.

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