Arthur Edmund Carewe as Svengali.Additional title: The flirt. "You love me? You love me better than all the other girls? And you fear not my Svengali?"
NamesTully, Richard Walton (1877-1945) (Producer)First National Pictures (Distributor)Ullman Manufacturing Co. (Lithographer)Gunn, Archie (1863-1930) (Illustrator)Young, James (Director)Du Maurier, George. Film and video adaptations (1834-1896) (Author)
Billy Rose Theatre Division Lobby Cards
Dates / OriginDate Issued: 1923Place: New York :Publisher: Ullman Mfg. Co.,
Library locationsBilly Rose Theatre DivisionShelf locator: *T-LC Trilby, 1923
TopicsAdvertising -- Motion picturesFilm adaptations
NotesContent: National Endowment for the Arts Millennium Project.Content: Cast included Andree Lafayette, Creighton Hale, Arthur Edmund Carewe, and Philo McCullough; directed by James Young.Content: Drawings, by Archie Gunn, of characters in the movie set beside black & white photographs of scenes from the film. Printed on each card is text explaining the illustrations, including: "Innocence. She sensed no wrong in posing for the art students.", "The flirt. 'You love me? You love me better than all the other girls? And you fear not my Svengali?'", "The unconscious vamp. The beautiful little ragamuffin of the Paris Latin Quartr laughed her way all through life 'til love came.", "Heartbroken. Little Billee's mother and sister begged him not to marry an artist's model.", and "Kisses. 'I kiss your hair! I love you! You shall belong to me-and me alone.".Content: Edges torn; tack holes in corners; encapsulated.Content: Lobby display cards, including title card, for the motion picture Trilby, based on the novel of the same title by George Du Maurier.Content: Posters & lobby cardsContent: Richard Walton Tully presents his screen version of George DuMaurier's famous novel 'Trilby' with the celebrated French star Andree Lafayette--Title card.Content: This is one of several films based on the character Svengali.Content: Treasures of the American Performing Arts, 1875-1923
Type of ResourceStill image
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: NYPG98-F853NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b14520711Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): ece8eec0-c6cb-012f-af55-58d385a7bc34
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