|Directed by||John Ford|
|Produced by||William Fox|
|Written by||Robert N. Lee|
|Based on||Cameo Kirby (play)
by Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson
|Distributed by||Fox Film Corporation|
|Running time||70 minutes|
Cameo Kirby is a 1923 American silent drama film directed by John Ford and featured Jean Arthur in her onscreen debut. It was Ford's first film credited as John Ford instead of Jack Ford. It was based on a play by Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson. The story had been filmed as a silent before in 1915 with Dustin Farnum, who had originated the role on Broadway in 1909. The film was remade as a talking musical film in 1930.
Prints of the film exist in the UCLA Film and Television Archive and at the Cinemateca Portuguesa (Portuguese Film Archive), in Lisbon.
- John Gilbert - Cameo Kirby
- Gertrude Olmstead - Adele Randall
- Alan Hale - Colonel Moreau
- Eric Mayne - Colonel Randall
- W. E. Lawrence - Tom Randall (as William E. Lawrence)
- Richard Tucker - Cousin Aaron Randall
- Phillips Smalley - Judge Playdell
- Jack McDonald - Larkin Bunce
- Jean Arthur - Ann Playdell (*Jean Arthur's film debut)
- Eugenie Forde - Madame Davezac
- Frank Baker (uncredited)
- Ken Maynard (uncredited)
- Ynez Seabury (uncredited)
- "Progressive Silent Film List: Cameo Kirby". Silent Era. Retrieved 2008-03-03.
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