Date(s) - 17/11/2018


Presented by the Irish Film Institute in association with Cork Film Festival

With accompaniment by pianist Morgan Cooke

An emigrant comedy tells the tale of an Irish girl, Patricia O’Day, who comes to America to claim a fortune left to her late brother. Marion Davies shines in the lead, impishly masquerading as a boy and cleverly negotiating the world of high finance, inheritance and steam ships while falling in love with her cousin Larry Delevan (Harrison Ford).  Directed by Sidney Olcott (O’Kalem films 1910–1915), and produced by newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst, the film was a huge box office success.

Acquired by IFI Irish Film Archive from the Library of Congress, Washington. The IFI is supported by the Arts Council.
Event generously supported by Cork Film Festival Friends.


Director:  Sidney Olcott
Producer:   William Randolph Hearst
Screenwriters:   Rida Johnson Young,   Luther Reed
Main Cast:  Marion Davies, Stephen Carr, J.M. Kerrigan
Country:  USA
Languages:  English
Colour:  B&W
Year:  1923

Duration:  110 minutes

Tickets:  €15 / €12


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