A Trip to Chinatown
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"A Trip to Chinatown" is a musical comedy in three acts by Charles H. Hoyt with music by Percy Gaunt and lyrics by Hoyt, that became a silent film featuring Anna May Wong half a century later. In addition to the Gaunt and Hoyt score, many songs were interpolated into the score at one time or another during the run, as was fashionable for musicals of the era.
- author: Charles Hale Hoyt
"A Trip to Chinatown" is a 1926 silent film produced and distributed by the Fox Film Corporation and starring Margaret Livingston. The supporting cast includes Anna May Wong and Charles Farrell. The movie was scripted by Beatrice Van from Charles Hale Hoyt's hit Broadway musical of the same name and directed by Robert P. Kerr.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producer: William Fox
- cinematography by Barney McGill
- genres: Black-and-white, Silent film
- released on (89 years ago)
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by Stanley Green
A Trip to Chinatown, billed as "A Musical Trifle," toured the US for over a year before settling down on Bway, where it bested the long-run record set by Adonis ( eventually it was overtaken by Irene). The story, which is strikingly similar to that of ...
by Hugh Rawson, Margaret Miner
— Harry Conor, A Trip to Chinatown, musical, 1891 East Side, West Side, all around ...
Genres: North America by John Shepherd, David Horn
Charles Hoyt's A Trip to Chinatown was among the first such American comedies, and like the English pieces was loosely constructed. The story was set in San Francisco and revolved around several couples, deception, a visit to a restaurant ...
A Trip to Chinatown (1889); ...
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