Bright Lights (1925 film)
Frank Farnum coaching Pauline Starke in the Charleston for her role in the film
|Directed by||Robert Z. Leonard|
|Written by||Jessie Burns
|Based on||"A Little Bit of Broadway"
by Richard Connell
|Editing by||William LeVanway|
|Running time||70 minutes|
Bright Lights is a 1925 American silent romantic comedy film directed by Robert Z. Leonard. The film is based on the story "A Little Bit of Broadway" by Richard Connell, and stars Charles Ray, who achieved stardom by playing ingenious country boys.
Tom Corbin (Charles Ray) falls for Patsy (Pauline Starke), a Broadway dancer who comes home for a visit, who tries to emulate her big city friends.
- Charles Ray - Tom Corbin
- Pauline Starke - Patsy Delaney
- Lilyan Tashman - Gwen Gould
- Lawford Davidson - Marty Loftus
- Ned Sparks - Barney Gallagher
- Eugenie Besserer - Patsy's mom
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