Producer(s)William LeBaron (associate)
Top GenresDrama, Silent Films
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Stark Love (1927) was a Drama - Silent Films Film produced by William LeBaron.

Stark Love was inducted into the National Film Registry in 2009.

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The film was shot, whenever possible, using natural light, even at night, which was practically unheard-of at the time. None of the cast ever wore make-up, which was also a rarity.
The original ending included a climax where a character forces himself sexually on Barbara. The scene was cut and another scene, the flood, was shot instead.
Helen Mundy, then a 16-year-old high school student from Knoxville, was later described by Karl Brown as "the most difficult person I ever had anything to do with." He recalled her as being very demanding and frequently threatened to walk off the film. The film was being shot in the mountains, far from civilization, and when she did occasionally wander off angrily, Helen would come back after an hour or two. Forrest James, however, seems to have caused no trouble at all.
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Stark Love

Released 1927
Inducted 2009

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