Into Her Kingdom
Into Her Kingtom is a 1926 American silent film dramatizing the Russian Revolution. It was based on a 1925 short story of the same name by Ruth Comfort Mitchell, originally published in Red Book Magazine. It is not known whether the film currently survives.
|Into Her Kingdom|
|Directed by||Svend Gade|
|Written by||Ruth Comfort Mitchell (story)|
William M. Conselman
|Produced by||Corinne Griffith|
Mary Louise Miller
|Distributed by||First National Pictures|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
This was the second to last directorial effort of Svend Gade in the United States before returning to Denmark. At the time of production, several expatriate members of Czarist Russian nobility and military class were living in the Los Angeles area and working as extras in films. Some were recruited to serves as cast members and technical advisors on this film.
- Gevinson, Alan. Within Our Gates: Ethnicity in American Feature Films, 1911-1960. Berkeley: University of California Press. p. 503. Accessed June 4, 2013
- Progressive Silent Film List: Into Her Kingdom at SilentEra.com