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|Up the Road with Sallie|
|Directed by||William Desmond Taylor|
|Written by||Julia Crawford Ivers|
|Based on||the novel Up the Road with Sallie by Frances Roberta Sterrett|
|Produced by||Lewis J. Selznick|
|Cinematography||Frank E. Garbutt|
|Distributed by||Select Pictures|
Up the Road with Sallie is a surviving 1918 silent film comedy-romance directed by William Desmond Taylor and starring Constance Talmadge. It was produced by Lewis J. Selznick and released through his Select Picture Corporation. It is preserved in the UCLA Film and Television Archive.
Up the Road With Sallie is “typical of many unpretentious but entertaining features” that in the silent era ran about an hour (typically of 4-or 5-reel productions). Film historian Charles Hopkins of the UCLA Film and Television Archive remarks:
“Sallie is notable on two counts: for a sparking performance by leading lady Talmadge (best remembered today as the Mountain Girl in the Babylonian sequence Griffith’s Intolerance (1916) and as a rare surviving film by William Desmond Taylor, whose unsolved 1922 murder ended the career of Mary Miles Minter...”
- Talmadge, Constance (May 21, 1918). "Up The Road With Sallie" – via memory.loc.gov.
- "Silent Era : Progressive Silent Film List". www.silentera.com.
- "The AFI Catalog of Feature Films:Up the Road with Sallie".
- Hopkins, 2004
- Hopkins, Charles. Up the Road with Sallie, 1916. UCLA Film and Television Archive: 12th Festival of Preservation, July 22-August 21, 2004. Festival guest handbook.
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