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Lady of the Pavements (1929) was a Drama Film directed by D.W. Griffith .

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In the Vaults #7: Lady of the Pavements (1929)

By Movies, Silently on May 20, 2013 From Movies Silently

Lady of the Pavements (1929) Status: Held by the Mary Pickford Institute. Most of the sound discs are missing and presumed lost. The film was shown at the 2009 San Francisco Silent Film Festival, to name just one event, but has not been received a legitimate release to the general public. This movie... Read full article

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Although issued with a synchronized musical score, some dialogue sequences, and one Irving Berlin song sung by Lupe Velez, the soundtrack for this film, recorded on disc, is thought to have vanished. Check your attic.
Sound discs 6 and 8 are preserved in the UCLA Film and Television Archives, where other sound discs are at this time is unknown. The film itself survives in the Mary Pickford Archives.
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