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Lights of New York (1928)

Lights of New York
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Helene Costello Helene Costello
Kitty Lewis
Cullen Landis Cullen Landis
Eddie Morgan
Mary Carr Mary Carr
Mrs. Morgan
Wheeler Oakman Wheeler Oakman
'Hawk' Miller
Gladys Brockwell Gladys Brockwell
Molly Thompson
Robert Elliott Robert Elliott
Detective Crosby
Tom Dugan Tom Dugan

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Description: Lights of New York is a 1928 American crime drama film directed by Bryan Foy. It is the first all-talking full length feature film, released by Warner Bros., who had introduced the first feature-length part-talkie The Jazz Singer in the previous year. The plot of the film centers around Eddie (Cullen Landis), a young kid from upstate New York who is conned into fronting for a speakeasy on Broadway. There is a chorus-girl with a heart of gold (top-billed Helene Costello), a cop-killing gangster boss, Hawk Miller (Wheeler Oakman) and his downtrodden ex-girlfriend (Gladys Brockwell) ... (more)
Release date: 18 July 1928
Tags: Crime (1), Drama (1), Gangster (1), Murder (1), First All-Talkie (1), Talkie (1)
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