|Directed by||Marcel De Sano|
|Written by||Marcel De Sano
Albert E. Lewin
Joseph Farnham (titles)
|Based on||"In Praise of John Carabine"
by Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne
|Running time||50 mins.|
Blarney is a 1926 American silent melodrama directed by Marcel De Sano, and starring Ralph Graves, Paulette Duval, and Renée Adorée. The film is based on the short story "In Praise of John Carabine", by Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne.
James (Ralph Graves), an Irish prizefighter, becomes involved with two New York girls.
- Renée Adorée - Peggy Nolan
- Ralph Graves - James Carabine
- Paulette Duval - Marcolina
- Malcolm Waite - Blanco Johnson
- Margaret Seddon - Peggy's Aunt
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