The Greyhound Limited

The Greyhound Limited is 1929 part-talkie crime drama and railroad theme film directed by Howard Bretherton and starring Monte Blue. Warner Bros. produced and distributed releasing the film in the Vitaphone process, with a music score and sound effects. The film is a follow up to the 1927 film The Black Diamond Express.[1]

The Greyhound Limited
Directed byHoward Bretherton
Written byAlbert S. Howson(story)
Anthony Coldeway
Robert Lord(writer)
Joseph Jackson(titles)
StarringMonte Blue
Edna Murphy
Grant Withers
CinematographyBen Reynolds
Distributed byWarner Bros.
Release date
February 9, 1929
Running time
86 minutes - 8 reels; 7 reels, 6,114 feet
LanguageEnglish (with silent Intertitles)

The film survives in the Library of Congress and Wisconsin Center For Film and Theatre Research, Madison Wisconsin.[2] The full synchronized soundtrack (except the 5, 7 and 8 reel) survives on Vitaphone discs.[3]


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