The Blonde Saint

The Blonde Saint is a 1926 American silent romantic-adventure film directed by Svend Gade. It was produced by Sam E. Rork and released through First National Pictures. Lewis Stone and Doris Kenyon star and young newcomer Gilbert Roland is featured.

The Blonde Saint
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Directed bySvend Gade
Produced bySam E. Rork
Written byMarion Fairfax (scenario)
Based onThe Isle of Life
by Stephen French Whitman
StarringLewis Stone
Doris Kenyon
Gilbert Roland
CinematographyTony Gaudio
Distributed byFirst National Pictures
Release date
  • November 20, 1926 (1926-11-20)
Running time
70 minutes
7 reels (6,800 feet)
CountryUnited States
LanguageSilent (English intertitles)

Producer Rork's 19-year-old daughter, Ann Rork, has a major role in the film as she has in her father's later produced The Notorious Lady. Lewis Stone also returned in The Notorious Lady.[1][2][3]

An abridged and or incomplete version of this film survives in the British Film Institute National Film and Television Archive, London.[4]


The plot of the film bears a striking resemblance to the plot of the Warner Brothers talkie, One Way Passage (1932). This silent appears to have been more exotic.



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