Cytherea (film)

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Cytherea
Directed by George Fitzmaurice
Produced by Samuel Goldwyn
Written by Frances Marion (adaptation)
Based on Cytherea, Goddess of Love 
by Joseph Hergesheimer
Starring Alma Rubens
Constance Bennett
Norman Kerry
Lewis Stone
Irene Rich
Cinematography Arthur C. Miller
J. A. Ball
(Technicolor consultant)
Edited by Stuart Heisler
Production
  company
Samuel Goldwyn Productions
Madison Productions
Distributed by Associated First National
Release date(s)
  • April 3, 1924 (1924-04-03)
Running time 80 minutes
Country United States
Language Silent film
English intertitles

Cytherea is a lost[1] 1924 American silent romantic drama film directed by George Fitzmaurice and starring Alma Rubens, Constance Bennett, and Norman Kerry. Based on the novel Cytherea, Goddess of Love, by Joseph Hergesheimer and was adapted for the screen by Frances Marion. Cytherea features two dream sequences filmed in an early version of the Technicolor color film process.[2]

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The film was produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions and released by Associated First National Pictures. Cytherea was the first Technicolor film made under artificial light, while previous Technicolor films were made outdoors under natural light.[2]

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