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Two Lovers (1928 film)

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Two Lovers
Film poster
Directed byFred Niblo
Written byAlice D. G. Miller (adaptation)
John Colton (intertitles)
Based onLeatherface: A Tale of Old Flanders
by Baroness Emma Orczy
Produced bySamuel Goldwyn
StarringVilma Bánky
Ronald Colman
CinematographyGeorge Barnes
Music byHugo Riesenfeld
Distributed byUnited Artists
Release dates
  • March 23, 1928 (1928-03-23) (silent)
  • August 27, 1928 (1928-08-27) (sound)
Running time
98 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguagesSound (Synchronized)
(English Intertitles)

Two Lovers is a 1928 American synchronized sound historical drama film directed by Fred Niblo. While the film has no audible dialog, it was released with a synchronized musical score with sound effects using both the sound-on-disc and sound-on-film process. The film stars Vilma Bánky, Ronald Colman, and Noah Beery. Based on the novel Leatherface: A Tale of Old Flanders by Baroness Emma Orczy, it was produced by Samuel Goldwyn.[1]

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The film featured a theme song entitled "Lenora" with music by Hugo Riesenfeld and lyrics by L. Wolfe Gilbert. A second theme entitled “Grieving,” which was composed by Wayland Axtell, was also featured on the soundtrack.


The working title of the film was Leatherface, an alias used by Colman's character and the title of the novel the film was based upon. The film premiered as a silent film in New York City in March 1928. By the time that the film was ready for general release in August of 1928, the film had already been equipped with a synchronized musical soundtrack.[1]


An incomplete 35mm print with three reels missing survives in the Museum of Modern Art film archive, along with a 16mm viewing copy.[1][2]

See also


  1. ^ a b c Progressive Silent Film List: Two Lovers at silentera.
  2. ^ "7,200 Lost U.S. Silent Feature Films (1912-29) National Film Preservation Board (January 2021) - (Current as of 02.04.2021)" (PDF). LOC.GOV. February 4, 2021. Some recent "finds" now removed from this list:...

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