~Broadway Gold~
~Promotional Photograph from The California
Theater to promote the screening of Elaine
Hammerstein's "Broadway Gold," made in 1923~

Elaine Hammerstein ...  Sunny Duane
Elliott Dexter ...  Eugene Durant
Kathlyn Williams ...  Jean Valjean
Eloise Goodale ...  Elinor Calhoun
Richard Wayne ...  Cornelius Fellowes
Harold Goodwin ...  Page Poole
Henry A. Barrows ...  Jerome Rogers
Marshall Neilan ...  The Driver
Directed by: J. Gordon Cooper & Edward Dillon

Written by: Kathlyn Harris

Based on the short story "Broadway Gold" Magazine by William Carey
Wonderly in Young's Magazine (Dec 1922).
Sunny Duane (Elaine Hammerstein), a chorus girl, goes out to dinner with Cornelius Fellowes
(Richard Wayne), a wealthy man who is murdered the same night. Anxious to avoid suspicion, she
escapes and quickly marries a man who believes he is going to die and wants to leave her his fortune.
He recovers but is helplessly crippled. Sunny is about to be arrested and questioned about the
Fellowes murder when an old sweetheart comes forward and confesses to the murder. Sunny's
husband recovers completely, and she realizes that she loves him.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
~Plot Synopsis~
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Edward Dillon Productions

Distribution Company: Truart Film Co.

Cinematography by: James Diamond
Film Editing by: Charles Wolfe
Art Direction by: Cedric Gibbons

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 Minutes
Released: July 29, 1923