|Directed by||John S. Robertson|
|Written by||Clara Beranger (scenario)|
|Based on||Sadie Love
by Avery Hopwood
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
Sadie Love is a lost 1919 American silent comedy film distributed by Paramount Pictures (as Famous Players-Lasky Corporation) and directed by John S. Robertson. It is based on a 1915 stage play of the same name by Avery Hopwood and stars Billie Burke in the title role. In the play Marjorie Rambeau played the Burke part.
Hedda Hopper reflecting back on the making of this film stated that Billie Burke always wanted a dressing room to herself and was reluctant to change clothing with the other female cast members. Hopper seemed to not understand(or perhaps was jealous) that Burke was the star of the film (as well as a star on Broadway) and was due the personal dressing room accorded a star.
- Billie Burke - Sadie Love
- James Crane - Count Luigi Pallavichi
- Helen Montrose - Princess de Marabole
- Hedda Hopper - Mrs. James Wakeley
- Jed Prouty - James Wakeley
- Shaw Lovett - Mumford Crewe
- Mrs. Margaret A. Wiggin - Mrs. Warrington
- May Rogers - Celeste
- Charles Craig - Butler
- Ida Waterman - Aunt Julia
- The Library of Congress American Silent Feature Film SurvivalCatalog:Sadie Love
- Sadie Love on Broadway Nov. 1915 - Feb. 1916; IBDb.com
- Sadie Love at the silentera.com database
- Roberts, Jerry (2003). The Great American Playwrights on the Screen: A Critical Guide to Film, Tv, Video, and Dvd. Hal Leonard Corporation. p. 258. ISBN 1-55783-512-8.
- The AFI Catalog of Feature Films:Sadie Love
- Mrs. Ziegfeld: The Public and Private Lives of Billie Burke, c. 2009 by Grant Hayter Menzies
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