Resurrection (1927 film)
Resurrection was thought to be a lost 1927 Hollywood adaptation of the Leo Tolstoy novel Resurrection. Filmmaker Edwin Carewe adapted the book to a feature-length silent production starring Dolores del Río and featuring an appearance by Ilya Tolstoy who co-wrote the script. In 1931, Edwin Carewe directed an all-talking remake of this film starred by Lupe Vélez.
- (for a 1931 talkie starring Lupe Velez -- see Resurrection (1931 American film)
- (for an early Spanish language talkie film, with Velez, see -- Resurrection (Spanish-language version)
- (A 1934 film starring Anna Sten was called -- We Live Again)
|Directed by||Edwin Carewe|
|Produced by||Edwin Carewe Productions|
|Written by||Edwin Carewe|
Leon Tolstoi (Novel)
|Starring||Dolores del Río|
Rod La Rocque
|Edited by||Jeanne Spencer|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
|March 19, 1927|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
Katyusha, a country girl, is seduced and abandoned by Prince Dimitry. Dimitry finds himself, years later, on a jury trying the same Katyusha for a crime he now realizes his actions drove her to. He follows her to imprisonment in Siberia, intent on redeeming her and himself as well.
- Dolores del Río as Katyusha Maslova
- Rod La Rocque as Prince Dimitry Ivanich
- Lucy Beaumont as Aunt Sophya
- Vera Lewis as Aunt Marya
- Marc McDermott as Major Schoenboch
- Clarissa Selwynne as Princess Olga Ivanovitch Nekhludof
- Eve Southern as Princess Sonia Korchagin
- Ilya Tolstoy as The Old Philosopher
- Bobby White - (uncredited)
- Resurrection at Arne Andersen's Lost Film Files:lost United Artists films - 1927
- The Library of Congress/FIAF American Silent Feature Film Survival Catalog:Resurrection A copy does survive at UCLA Film and Television Archive.
Cited with approval in Frankel, Viktor E., "Man's Search for Meaning," ca. 1945.
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