|Directed by||Alfred A. Cohn|
|Produced by||The Vitaphone Corporation|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.|
Always Faithful (also known as Blanche Sweet in Always Faithful) is a 1929 American short produced by The Vitaphone Corporation in conjunction with Warner Bros.. The short was distributed through Warner Bros.
The film marks the sound film debut of veteran film actress Blanche Sweet who began her screen career in 1909 as a teenager working for D. W. Griffith. It is preserved at the Library of Congress who recently restored it for showing at the National Gallery of Art.
- Blanche Sweet - Mrs. George W. Mason
- William B. Davidson - George W. Mason
- John Litel - Wayne
- Charles B. Middleton
- Always Faithful at silentera.com database
- Catalog of Holdings The American Film Institute Collection and The United Artist Collection at The Library of Congress, by The American Film Institute, c.1978
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