~Broadway Nights~
~P10-96: Lois Wilson & Lee Armstrong~
~Plot Synopsis~
Fannie (Lois Wilson), an ambitious music hall performer, becomes a success with the help of Johnny
Fay (Sam Hardy), master of ceremonies and an inveterate gambler; he marries her, and 3 years later
they have a child. In New York they are engaged at a nightclub where Fannie is seen by Bronson
(Philip Strange) and Baron (Louis John Bartels), musical comedy producers. They offer Fannie a job
if she will agree to leave Johnny, but she refuses. Fannie and Johnny are fired when a reformer
discovers their child, and Johnny loses their last penny gambling. In desperation, Fannie accepts
Bronson's offer, while Johnny gets along singing in a honky-tonk. Fannie decides to divorce him but
changes her mind when she hears Johnny singing on the radio. Fannie is a flop until Johnny is
engaged to stage the show, for which he has actually written the music, and they are then
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Directed by: Joseph C. Boyle

Written by:
John W. Conway - titles
Forrest Halsey - writer
Norman Houston - story
Earle Roebuck - continuity

Louis John Bartels ...  Baron
Lois Wilson ...  Fanny Franchette
June Collyer ...  Performer
Sam Hardy ...  Johnny Fay
Georgette Duval ...  Performer
Philip Strange ...  Bronson
Henry Sherwood ...  Performer
Sylvia Sidney ...  Performer
Francis 'Bunny' Weldon ...  Nightclub Producer
De Sacia Mooers ...  Texas Guinan
Lee Armstrong ... Fanny's Son
Ann Sothern ...  Showgirl (uncredited)
Barbara Stanwyck ...  Showgirl (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Robert Kane Productions

Distribution Company: First National Pictures

Executive Producer: Robert Kane
Cinematography by: Ernest Haller
Film Editing by: Paul F. Maschke
Art Direction by: Robert M. Haas
Costume Design by: Francis 'Bunny' Weldon
Production Manager: Leland Hayward
Assistant Director: Charles McGuire
Assistant Production Designer: B.H. Stearns
Assistant Camera: William Schurr
Presenter: Robert Kane
Night Club Sequence Director: Francis 'Bunny' Weldon

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 72 Minutes
Released: May 15, 1927