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|Directed by||John S. Robertson|
|Written by||Kathryn Stuart (scenario)|
|Based on||39 East
by Rachel Crothers
|Distributed by||Realart Pictures|
39 East is a 1920 American silent comedy film produced by the Realart Picture Company (headed by Paramount's Adolph Zukor), and starring Constance Binney reprising her role from the Broadway play. The film was directed by John S. Robertson.
- Constance Binney as Penelope Penn
- Reginald Denny as Napoleon Gibbs Jr.
- Alison Skipworth as Mrs. de Mailly
- Lucia Moore as Mrs. Smith
- Blanche Frederici as Miss McMasters
- Edith Gresham as Sadie Clarence
- Mildred Arden as Myrtle Clarence
- Luis Alberni as Count Gionelli
- Albert Carroll as Dr. Hubbard
- Frank Allworth as Timothy O'Brien
- Roberts, Jerry (2003). The Great American Playwrights on the Screen: A Critical Guide to Film, Tv, Video, and Dvd. Hal Leonard Corporation. p. 126. ISBN 1-55783-512-8.
- American Theatre: A Chronicle of Comedy and Drama 1914–1930. Bordman, Gerald. Oxford University Press. 1995. p. 99. ISBN 0-19-509078-0.
- 39 East at the Internet Movie Database
- 39 East at AllMovie
- Still photo of Constance Binney and Reginald Denny from 39 East (Univ. of Washington, Sayre Collection)
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