Abie's Irish Rose (1928 film)

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Abie's Irish Rose
Theatrical release poster for Abie's Irish Rose
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Victor Fleming
Produced by B. P. Schulberg
Written by Jules Furthman
Julian Johnson, Herman Mankiewicz (titles)
Based on Abie's Irish Rose 
by Anne Nichols
Starring Charles "Buddy" Rogers
Nancy Carroll
Jean Hersholt
J. Farrell MacDonald
Music by J. S. Zamecnik
Cinematography Harold Rosson
Edited by Eda Warren
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release dates
  • November 3, 1928 (1928-11-03)
Running time
12 reels (10,471 feet)
Country USA
Language English

Abie's Irish Rose is a 1928 early talking (part-talkie) film directed by Victor Fleming, based on the play Abie's Irish Rose by Anne Nichols.[1] The film was later remade in 1946.


A Jewish boy, Abie Levy (Rogers), falls in love with and secretly marries Rosemary Murphy (Carroll), an Irish Catholic girl, but lies to his family, saying that she's Jewish. The fathers of both bride and groom are at first religiously bigoted toward the other but with the birth of twin grandchildren, their antagonism fades.


Preservation status[edit]

Only reels 3-6 and 9-12 survive of this film in a silent incomplete copy. There may also be an incomplete copy of reel 8, unverified. All of the surviving reels of the film are held at The Library of Congress in Washington D.C..[2]

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