None but the Brave (1928 film)
|None but the Brave|
|Directed by||Albert Ray|
|Produced by||William Fox|
|Written by||Dwight Cummins|
Frances Agnew (scenario)
Norman Z. McLeod (titles)
J. Farrell MacDonald
|Distributed by||Fox Film Corporation|
None but the Brave (1928) is an American silent film, released by Fox Film Corporation, directed by Albert Ray, and starring Charles Morton as Charles Stanton, Sally Phipps as Mary, J. Farrell MacDonald, Sharon Lynn, and Tom Kennedy. One or two sequences were filmed in a two-strip Technicolor, made of black-and-white 35mm film dyed in colors. The film consists of six reels.
It is not known whether this film survives or is a lost film.
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- Nash, Jay Robert; Connelly, Robert; Ross, Stanley Ralph (January 1, 1988). Motion Picture Guide Silent Film 1910-1936. Cinebooks. ISBN 9780933997103.
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