Interference (film)

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Directed by Lothar Mendes, (silent version)
Roy Pomery, (sound version)
Written by Roland Pertwee (play)
Howard Dearden (play)
Louise Long
Hope Loring (adaptation)
Ernest Pascal (dialogue)
Julian Johnson (titles)
Starring William Powell
Evelyn Brent
Music by W. Franke Harling
Cinematography Henry Gerrard
Farciot Edouart
J R. Hunt
Edited by George Nichols Jr.
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release dates November 5, 1928
Running time 10 reels
Country United States
Language English
Also silent version with English intertitles

Interference is an early sound film drama released in 1928 and starring William Powell and Evelyn Brent. This was Paramount Pictures' first ever full talking movie. It was also simultaneously filmed as a silent. The film was based on the play Interference, a Play in Three Acts by Roland Pertwee and Howard Dearden. When a first husband turns out not to be dead, blackmail leads to murder.[1]

The website has stage actress Ruth Chatterton and theatrical impresario Daniel Frohman as appearing in this film.




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