Reno (1923 film)
|Directed by||Rupert Hughes|
|Written by||Rupert Hughes|
|Cinematography||John J. Mescall|
|Distributed by||Goldwyn-Cosmopolitan Distributing Corporation|
Reno is a 1923 American silent melodrama produced and distributed by Goldwyn Pictures and was written and directed by Rupert Hughes. Hughes provided his own story to the film which followed his recently rediscovered Souls for Sale. The film stars Helene Chadwick and Lew Cody.
A print is preserved by MGM.
- Helene Chadwick - Mrs. Emily Dysart Tappan
- Lew Cody - Roy Tappan
- George Walsh - Walter Heath
- Carmel Myers - Mrs. Dora Carson Tappan
- Dale Fuller - Aunt Alida Kane
- Hedda Hopper - Mrs. Kate Norton Tappan
- Kathleen Key - Yvette, the Governess
- Rush Hughes - Jerry Dysart (Emily's brother)
- Margerie Bonner - Marjory Towne
- Robert DeVilbiss - Paul Tappan (Emily's son)
- Virginia Loomis - Ivy Tappan (Emily's daughter)
- Richard Wayne - Arthur Clayton
- Hughie Mack - Justice of the Peace
- Boyce Combe - Hal Carson
- Victor Potel - Detective McRae
- Percy Hemus - Lemile Hake
- Maxine Elliott Hicks - Mattie Hake
- Billy Eugene - Tod Hake
- Adele Watson - Mrs. Tod Hake
- Evelyn Sherman - Mrs. Towne
- Jack Curtis - Hod Stoat
- Patterson Dial - Mrs. Hod Stoat
- Slide, Anthony (2005). Silent Topics: Essays On Undocumented Areas Of Silent Film. Scarecrow Press. p. 61. ISBN 0-810-85016-8.
- Brazilian American , Issues 287-291; Issues 293-300. 1925. p. 50.
- The Library of Congress American Silent Feature Film Survival Catalog: Reno
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