Along Came Ruth

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Along Came Ruth
Along Came Ruth (1924) 1.jpg
Film still from the set with director Edward F. Cline (with script), Victor Potel, Gale Henry, Tully Marshall, Viola Dana, and cinematographer John Arnold
Directed by Edward F. Cline
Written by Winifred Dunn
Based on a play 
by Holman Francis Day
Starring Viola Dana
Cinematography John Arnold
Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn
Release date(s)
  • November 3, 1924 (1924-11-03)
Running time 5 reels
Country United States
Language Silent film
English intertitles

Along Came Ruth is a 1924 film starring Viola Dana. The film was directed by Edward F. Cline and written by Winifred Dunn, based upon a Holman Francis Day play. Ms. Viola Dana was one of the top stars of the newly amalgamated MGM, a lively comedienne who enjoyed a long career that faded with the emergence of the talkies.[1][2]

Synopsis[edit]

Ruth (Viola Dana) is a small-town live-wire who takes over a furniture shop and its owner's nephew.

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Eames, John Douglas (1981). This Is MGM's First Ever Film,"The MGM Story", p 13
  2. ^ Along Came Ruth at silentera.com

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