|Directed by||Joseph Boyle|
|Produced by||Samuel Sax|
|Written by||Norman Houston |
|Starring||Alice Day |
|Edited by||W. Donn Hayes|
|Distributed by||Lumas Film Corporation|
Times Square is a 1929 American drama film directed by Joseph Boyle and starring Alice Day, Arthur Lubin and Emile Chautard. It was released in both silent and sound versions and was shot in Los Angeles and New York.
- Alice Day as Elaine Smith
- Arthur Lubin as Russ Glover / Benjamin Lederwitski
- Emile Chautard as David Lederwitski
- Ann Brody as Sarah Lederwitski
- John Miljan as Dick Barclay
- Arthur Housman as Lon Roberts
- Josef Swickard as Professor Carrillo
- Natalie Joyce as Lida
- Eddie Kane as Nat Ross
- Cook p.641
- "Remarks at Random". Variety. September 28, 1928.
- Samantha Cook. Writers and production artists. St James Press, 1993.
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