Souls for Sale (1923) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Rupert Hughes and produced by Rupert Hughes.
Souls for Sale (1923) A Silent Film ReviewBy Fritzi Kramer on Nov 17, 2014 From Movies Silently
By Fritzi Kramer on November 17, 2014 in Blog, Double Feature, Feature, Silent Movie Review A?behind-the-scenes look at Hollywood, circa 1923. Eleanor Boardman plays a kid with a dream of stardom. The biggest names in the silent film industry serve as her backdrop, everyone from Charlie Chaplin to E... Read full article
HOORAY FOR HOLLYWOOD: SOULS FOR SALE (1923)By FlickChick on Feb 25, 2014 From A Person in the Dark
2014 is the year A Person in the Dark celebrates films about my favorite place - Hollywood! SOULS FOR SALE By 1923, Hollywood had already established itself as the capitol of glamour, dreams, scandal and sin. William Desmond Taylor had been murdered and the Arbuckle scandal cast a great shad... Read full article
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A still photo taken on the set shows director Ernst Lubitsch visiting the cast and crew of this movie. The still appears in Daniel Blum's "Pictorial History of the Silent Screen" c.1953. page 231. As far as is known Lubitsch does not make a cameo or guest appearance in the film itself though he visited the set during filming.
A large number of the credited (in AFI and elsewhere) "celebrities" do not appear in the surviving version shown on Turner Classic Movies. They include: Hugo Ballin, Mabel Ballin, Robert Edeson, Claude Gillingwater, Dagmar Godowsky, Elaine Hammerstein, Alice Lake, Bessie Love, Patsy Ruth Miller, Anna Q. Nilsson, Milton Sills, Anita Stewart, Blanche Sweet, Florence Vidor, King Vidor, Johnnie Walker, and George Walsh.
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