|Directed by||Edmund Goulding|
|Written by||Arthur F. Statter and Edmund Goulding based upon a play by Lula Vollmer|
Lucille La Verne
Sun-Up is a 1925 drama film directed by Edmund Goulding based upon a successful 1924 play by Lula Vollmer. The film stars Lucille La Verne, replaying her successful New York stage role, Pauline Starke and Conrad Nagel.
A family shelters an army deserter with a past.
- Pauline Starke - Emmy
- Conrad Nagel - Rufe
- Lucille La Verne - Mother
- Sam De Grasse - Sheriff Weeks
- George K. Arthur - Stranger
- Arthur Rankin - Bud
- Edward Connelly - Pap Todd
- Bainard Beckwith - Bob
- The film is preserved by MGM in their studio library.
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