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Crime A blue-collar worker on New York's depressed waterfront finds his life Betty Compson in The Docks of New York () The Docks of New York. The Docks of New York () is a silent drama film directed by Josef von Sternberg and starring George Bancroft, Betty Compson, and Olga Baclanova. Roughneck stoker Bill Roberts (George Bancroft) gets into all sorts of trouble during a brief shore leave when he falls hard for Mae (Betty Compson), a wise and.
24 Aug The smokily erotic ambience of Josef Von Sternberg's silent Docks of New York is best appreciated on a big theatrical screen--but only if the. 18 Mar There has been an evolution in the New York film, and The Docks of New York is a formative link in this chain. From its smoky harbours to its. The Docks of New York shoots that notion to pieces. Its greatness, like most masterpieces, has much to do with timing and the fortuitous assembly of simpatico.
The Docks of New York is not Josef von Sternberg's greatest. But it's a corking program picture, thanks to George Bancroft, a good story and Julian Johnson's. The Docks of New York. USA. Directed by Josef von Sternberg. These notes accompany the screening of The Docks of New York, May 12, 13, and Production: USA; Medium: 35mm film (black and white, silent); Duration: 76 min. Credit: Acquired by exchange with George Eastman House; Object number: . Like many other films from '28, it registers as an incidental masterpiece, a thoroughly private creation that happened to use studio resources to produce a. 27 Apr Josef von Sternberg's penultimate silent film, The Docks of New York (), was one of this master visual stylist's most moody explorations of.
“Miles of docks wait day and night for strange cargo – and stranger men”, reads the initial intertitle of Josef von Sternberg's masterfully constructed late silent film . 5 Oct Apparently The Docks of New York () premiered the same week as Al Jolson's The Singing Fool, and von Sternberg's offering was lost. 4 Aug In Josef von Sternberg's The Docks of New York, a deceptively simple love story grows out of atmosphere and gestures. Set on the foggy docks. This simple little tale of a brutish ship stoker who rescues a suicidal prostitute from death, with its fantastic cinematography and intelligent direction by Josef von.