A Kiss for Cinderella
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"A Kiss for Cinderella" is a silent fantasy taken from the stage play by James M. Barrie. The film stars Betty Bronson and Tom Moore and was made at Paramount's Astoria Studios in Astoria, Queens. The film is based on the 1916 play which starred stage actress Maude Adams in the Bronson role.
- country: United States of America
- language: Silent film
- director: Herbert Brenon
- producers: Jesse L. Lasky & Adolph Zukor
- cinematography by J. Roy Hunt
- genres: Silent film, Fairy tale, Romantic fantasy, Romance Film, Fantasy
- released on (89 years ago)
"A Kiss for Cinderella" is a play by J. M. Barrie. It was produced on Broadway in 1916 and starred Maude Adams. The play opened at the Empire Theatre on 25 December 1916, and ran for 152 performances. In 1925 it was made into a silent feature film, A Kiss for Cinderella, by Paramount and starring Betty Bronson.
- also known as "A kiss for Cinderella: a comedy"
A Kiss For Cinderella is a theater production.
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by Lawrence Goldman
Barrie's A Kiss for Cinderella with the Canterbury Repertory Players.
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