Parisian love [videorecording] / B.P. Schulberg presents a Gasnier Production. Down to the sea in ships / produced in New Bedford, Massachusetts by the Whaling Film Corporation
DVDs | Kino on Video | 2002 | Double feature ed.
Available at Adult DVD-Feature Film (Call number: DVD P DRAMA)
New York : Kino on Video, 
Double feature ed.
1 videodisc (157 min.) : sd., b&w with col. tints ; 4 3/4 in.
Parisian love: Clara Bow, Donald Keith, Lillian Leighton, James Gordon Russell, Hazel Keener, Lou Tellegen, Jean De Briac, Otto Matiesen, Alyce Mills.
Down to the sea in ships: Marguerite Courtot, Raymond McKee, William Walcott, Clara Bow, James Turfler, Leigh R. Smith, Patrick Hartigan.
Parisian love: director, Gasnier ; phototography, Allen Siegler.
Down to the sea in ships: director, Elmer Clifton ; screenplay, John L.E. Pell ; photography, A.G. Penrod ; original piano score, William Perry.
Parisian love originally released as a motion picture in 1925; Down to the sea in ships originally released as a motion picture in 1922.
Parisian love adapted from a story by F. Oakley Crawford.
Archival restoration of Down to the sea in ships supervised by Steven Olswang and produced by John Rogers.
In Parisian love, Marie, a dancer in a seedy district of Paris, attempts to seduce the wealthy man who stole her lover in an elaborate scheme of revenge. In Down to the sea in ships, Thomas Allan Dexter becomes a whaler to gain the approval of a devout Quaker for his older daughter Patience's hand in marriage. When Dexter and the Quaker's younger daughter Dot, a stowaway, are on board the whaling ship, they are caught in the middle of a plot by two villains to steal the ship.
Title from container: Clara Bow in Parisian love and Down to the sea in ships
Title from container spine: Parisian love & Down to the sea in ships
Down to the sea in ships.
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