Edward Knoblock


Life Events


Movie Clip

Three Musketeers, The (1921) -- (Movie Clip) Behind The Luxembourg The obligatory and comical if deadly inaugural bonding event, as ruffian D’Artagnan (producer Douglas Fairbanks, in his first film in his newly-formed United Artists venture) engages in duels with the three established musketeers (Leon Barry, George Siegmann and Eugene Pallette as Athos, Porthos and Aramis), soon devolving into a larger scrap with Cardinal Richelieu’s guards, in The Three Musketeers, 1921.
Kismet (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Lady Of The Moonlight Famous scene for which Marlene Dietrich (as "Jamilla") had her legs painted gold, her double in the longer shots, dancing for fake prince Hafiz (Ronald Colman) and the Vizier (Edward Arnold), in MGM's Kismet, 1944.
Kismet (1944) -- (Movie Clip) The Hand Of Fate Ever the chanteuse, first scene for Marlene Dietrich (as "Jamilla"), receiving Hafiz (Ronald Colman), both preserving their myth about his lowly identity, in Kismet, 1944, directed by William Dieterle.
Kismet (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Romantic Fantastic Bagdad Following the credits, Frank Morgan's narration introducing the principals, Ronald Colman, Marlene Dietrich, Edward Arnold, James Craig and Joy Page, in MGM's Technicolor Kismet, 1944.
Sin Of Madelon Claudet, The -- (Movie Clip) Take It Away! Unwed Madelon (Helen Hayes) calls her newborn "it" and is horrified, but won over by the child and friend Rosalie (Marie Prevost), in The Sin Of Madelon Claudet, 1931, from a script by Hayes' husband Charles MacArthur.