RED DANCE, THE in 35mm
This epic tale of the Russian Revolution and its attendant social, political and romantic upheavals is lavishly realized in the classic Fox Film Corporation style of ingeniously designed sets, dynamic camerawork and dazzling atmosphere. Dolores del Río plays a revolution-minded peasant girl, Tasia, who dreams of becoming a dancer; Charles Farrell is the open-minded Grand Duke Eugene, who loves her; and the ursine Ivan Linow is peasant leader Ivan Petroff, who rises to the rank of general in the Red Army. DIR Raoul Walsh; SCR Pierre Collings, Philip Klein, Malcolm Stuart Boylan, from the novel by Henry Leyford Gates; PROD William Fox. U.S., 1928, b&w, 103 min. Silent with English intertitles. NOT RATED
Preserved by The Museum of Modern Art with support from The Celeste Bartos Fund for Film Preservation.
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