~Street Angel~
~Photograph taken of a billboard outside The Carthay Theater in Los Angeles. The Carthay Theater
was torn down many years ago, but so adored by Disney that a replica of the theater is being built
California's Adventure Themepark near Disneyland~
~Bor-8A-16:Street Scene from "Street Angel"~
Fox's follow-up to Seventh Heaven, The Street Angel reunited stars Charles Farrell and Janet Gaynor
with director Frank Borzage. The action begins in Naples, as poverty-stricken Maria (Gaynor) steals
medicine for her ailing mother. Now a fugitive from justice, Maria escapes by joining a travelling
carnival, where she meets and falls in love with portrait painter Angelo (Charles Farrell). Impressed
by her ethereal beauty, Angelo asks the girl to pose for his portrait of the Madonna. But when she's
suddenly arrested, the disillusioned Angelo sinks into depravation. Released from prison, Maria sees
her portrait in a church and is inspired to seek out Angelo. Explaining the circumstances of her
arrest, Maria saves Angelo from his sordid surroundings, inspiring him to return to painting -- and,
not surprisingly, to propose marriage. Heavily influenced by the "Germanic" style then in vogue,
Street Angel lacked the simplicity and sincerity of Sunrise but managed to post a profit all the same.

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com
Directed by: Frank Borzage

Written by: H.H. Caldwell,
Katherine Hilliker,
Monckton Hoffe,
Philip Klein,
Marion Orth,
& Henry Roberts Symonds

Janet Gaynor ...  Angela
Charles Farrell ...  Gino
Alberto Rabagliati ...  Policeman
Cino Conti ...  Policeman
Guido Trento ...  Neri the Police Sergeant
Henry Armetta ...  Mascetto
Louis Liggett ...  Beppo
Milton Dickinson ...  Bimbo
Helena Herman ...  Andrea
Natalie Kingston ...  Lisetta
Dave Kashner ...  The Strong Man
Jennie Bruno ...  Landlady
~Bor-8A-22: Janet Gaynor & Charles Farrell~
~Bor-8A-34: Janet Gaynor & Charles Farrell~
~Bor-8A-70: Janet Gaynor & Charles Farrell~
~Bor-8A-78: Janet Gaynor~
~Plot Synopsis~
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Fox Film Corporaton

Produced by: William Fox
Music by: Erno Rapee
Cinematography by: Paul Ivano & Ernest Palmer
Film Editing: Barney Wolf
Costume Design: Kathleen Kay
Assistant Directors: Lew Borzage & Ralph Kaufman
Settings: Harry Oliver
Wardrobe: Sam Benson
Production Editors: H.H. Caldwell & Katherine Hilliker
Orchestrator: Maurice Baron
Presenter: William Fox
Technician: Alfred Sabato

Length: 10 Reels
Runtime: 102 Minutes
Released: August 19, 1928