The Last Rose of Summer (film)
The Last Rose of Summer is a British silent motion picture of 1920 directed by Albert Ward, produced by G. B. Samuelson, and starring Owen Nares and Daisy Burrell. A drama, it was written by Roland Pertwee, based on a novel by Hugh Conway.
|The Last Rose of Summer|
|Directed by||Albert Ward|
|Produced by||G. B. Samuelson|
|Written by||Roland Pertwee|
Hugh Conway (novel)
In The Last Rose of Summer Oliver Selwyn is a collector who woos Lotus Devine, but not for herself alone. The movie has been called "a melodramatic tale of a spinster betrayed for the sake of a valuable teaset".
- Kenton Bamford, Distorted images: British national identity and film in the 1920s (1999), p. 8