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The Silver Cord (film)

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The Silver Cord
The Silver Cord (film).jpg
Directed byJohn Cromwell
Produced byPandro S. Berman
Merian C. Cooper
Written bySidney Howard (play The Silver Cord)
Jane Murfin (screenplay)
StarringIrene Dunne
Laura Hope Crews
Joel McCrea
Music byMax Steiner
CinematographyCharles Rosher
Edited byGeorge Nicholls, Jr.
Distributed byRKO Radio Pictures
Release date
  • May 5, 1933 (1933-05-05)
Running time
74 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

The Silver Cord is a 1933 American Pre-Code film produced and released by RKO Radio Pictures, directed by John Cromwell, and based on a 1926 Broadway play, The Silver Cord by Sidney Howard, that starred Laura Hope Crews as an overly possessive mother.

Crews reprises her domineering mother role in this film with Joel McCrea and Irene Dunne as her son and daughter-in-law. Another Hollywood film dealing with an overbearing mother figure was Broken Laws (1924), produced by and starring Dorothy Davenport.[1][2]

Cast

unbilled

  • Helen Cromwell - Delia
  • Paul Irving - Taxicab Driver
  • Perry Ivins - Phelps Family Doctor
  • Reinhold Pasch - Lab Technician
  • Gustav von Seyffertitz - German Doctor

Production

Director John Cromwell welcomed the opportunity to adapt The Silver Cord to the screen as he had directed Sidney Howard’s play in its 1926 Broadway production. Film historian Kingsley Canham reports that Crowell “felt that he could pull it off better than any other [film] director.” [3]

Footnotes

  1. ^ The American Film Institute Catalog Feature Films: 1931-40 by The American Film Institute (1993)
  2. ^ The Silver Cord as produced on Broadway at the John Golden Theatre, December 20 1926 to March 1927, IBDb.com; accessed July 27, 2015.
  3. ^ Canham, 1976 p. 65

References

  • Canham, Kingsley. 1976. The Hollywood Professionals, Volume 5: King Vidor, John Cromwell, Mervyn LeRoy. The Tantivy Press, London. ISBN 0498016897

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