The Case of Becky

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The Case of Becky
The Case of Becky (1921).jpg
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Directed by Chester M. Franklin
Produced by Realart Pictures
Based on The Case of Becky
by Edward J. Locke
David Belasco
Starring Constance Binney
Cinematography George J. Folsey
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release date
October 9, 1921
Running time
6 reels; (1675.79 meters)
Country United States
Language Silent (English intertitles)

The Case of Becky is a 1921 American silent drama film based on a successful 1912 David Belasco and Edward J. Locke written play, The Case of Becky.[1] Belasco also produced the play. The play starred Belasco's muse, Frances Starr. This film was produced by Realart Pictures and released through Paramount Pictures. It is a remake of a 1915 film of the same title starring Blanche Sweet.[2][3]


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