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The Bohemian Girl (1922 film)

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The Bohemian Girl
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Directed byHarley Knoles
Josef von Sternberg
Produced byHarley Knoles
Screenplay byRosina Henley
Harley Knoles
Based onThe Bohemian Girl
by Michael William Balfe
StarringGladys Cooper
Ivor Novello
C. Aubrey Smith
CinematographyRené Guissart
Production
company
Alliance Film Corporation
Distributed byAstra Film
Release date
  • July 1922 (1922-07)
Running time
(8 reels)
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageSilent (English intertitles)
Box office$400,000[1]

The Bohemian Girl is a 1922 British romance film directed by Harley Knoles and starring Gladys Cooper, Ivor Novello, and C. Aubrey Smith.[2] It was inspired by the opera The Bohemian Girl by Michael William Balfe and Alfred Bunn, which was in turn based on a novel La Gitanilla by Miguel de Cervantes. Originally released at 70 minutes, the surviving print is missing the first two reels and small portion of the last, timing at 46 minutes.

Synopsis

Gladys Cooper as Arline in The Bohemian Girl
Gladys Cooper as Arline in The Bohemian Girl

Arline is the little daughter of Count Arnheim, governor of an Austrian province who lives in feudal splendor near a forest where a Gypsy Queen and her tribe encamp, with her lieutenant, Devilshoof. He comes by chance upon Thaddeus, a young Polish refugee pursued by Austrian soldiers. Devilshoof protects the youth and offers him the concealment of gypsy garb. Arline escapes from the castle and is saved from a bear by Thaddeus, who with Devilshoof returns her to her father. It is in the midst of a banquet, that Thaddeus, a Pole, refuses to drink a toast to the Austrian emperor. Thaddeus is ejected in disgrace and Devilshoof vows to be revenged. He returns and, when the chance comes, carries Arline away. Twelve years of wandering finds Thaddeus part of the gypsy caravan and Arline grown to beautiful womanhood. Their love is discovered by the Gypsy Queen and because of her desire to wed Thaddeus she swears to accomplish the downfall of Arline. Count Florestein, a friend of Arline's father, is robbed of a medallion by the gypsies, who yield it to their Queen. This jewel the Queen gives to Arline when the girl sets out for a fair where she tells fortunes. Among her patrons is Florestein, who recognizes his medallion and orders the arrest of Arline. She is taken to the castle for trial, where, her own father is her judge. Count Arnheim is moved to gentleness he cannot understand and when the gypsy girl tells him her name he tremblingly summons the old nurse, who instantly recognizes her lost darling.

Exhibitors Herald (1923)

Cast

References

  1. ^ René Guissart (November 1923). "Optimistic Report On European Prospects". American Cinematographer. 4 (8): 18.
  2. ^ "The Bohemian Girl". BFI.

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