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Little Old New York (1940) was a Black-and-white - Comedy Film directed by Henry King and produced by Raymond Griffith and Darryl F. Zanuck.

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Marion Davies in Little Old New York (1923)

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Studio mechanics built a replica of Fulton's two-cycle engine and paddle-wheel of the Clermont, following notes in his diaries. The studio also built 3 huge sailing ships and 25 smaller boats for the production.
In the original play and movie, Pat O'Day comes to America disguised as her deceased brother Patrick to claim an inheritance left to him. This was eliminated from this movie.
The play opened on Broadway in New York City, New York, USA on 8 September 1920 and closed in June 1921 after 303 performances. The opening night cast included Genevieve Tobin as Pat O'Day, Douglas Wood, as Cornelius Vanderbuilt and Donald Meek.
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Smile: How Young Charlie Chaplin Taught the World to Laugh (and Cry)
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