Flying Colors (1917 film)

Flying Colors is a 1917 silent American action film directed by Frank Borzage for Triangle Film Corporation, starring William Desmond as detective Brent Brewster.[1][2][3] The film also featured Golda Madden, Jack Livingston as Captain Drake, J. Barney Sherry as Craig Lansing and a small role for Desmond's future wife Mary McIvor as a stenographer.

References

  1. Michael R. Pitts Famous Movie Detectives III 2004 0810836904 p.277 William Desmond starred as a detective in Flying Colors (Triangle, 1917), directed by Frank Borzage.
  2. Motography Volume 19, Issues 1-26 p1031 "Flying Colors, with William Desmond (Triangle)—A picture with a punch. Desmond is a good favorite."
  3. George A. Katchmer A Biographical Dictionary of Silent Film Western Actors and Actresses 2002 1476609055 "Flying Colors, an action story with William Desmond and Golda Madden ..."


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