The Man I Love (1929 film)
The Man I Love (1929) is a part-talking sound film from Paramount Pictures produced in parallel silent and sound versions. This film survives in a copy sold to television in the 1950s. The film stars Richard Arlen. Some sources refer to this as Arlen's first sound film, but he co-starred Nancy Carroll in Dorothy Arzner's Manhattan Cocktail (1928), another part-talking picture released by Paramount.
|The Man I Love|
|Directed by||William A. Wellman|
|Produced by||David O. Selznick (associate producer)|
|Written by||Percy Heath (writer)|
Herman J. Mankiewicz (story)
Joseph L. Mankiewicz (titles)
|Cinematography||Henry W. Gerrard|
|Edited by||Alyson Shaffer|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|May 25, 1929|
|7 reels (approximately 70 minutes)|
A prizefighter (Arlen) is struggling to be a champ and is in love with a good girl (Brian), but also involved with a society beauty (Baclanova) at the same time.