A Girl in Every Port

Victor McLaglan is one of a pair of sailors with A Girl in Every Port (1928).

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A Girl in Every Port

Louise Brooks became a style icon and one of the most recognizable silent film stars with her star making performance in A Girl in Every Port (1928)

A Girl in Every Port

Louise Brooks and Robert Armstrong in A Girl in Every Port (1928).

A Girl in Every Port

Myrna Loy is a girl from Singapore in A Girl in Every Port (1928).  Myrna was also in The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933) a film Howard Hawks started before leaving after directing the first few scenes.

A Girl in Every Port

German poster for A Girl in Every Port (1928).

A Girl in Every Port

Maria Casajuana is visited by sailors Victor McLaglan and Robert Armstrong in A Girl in Every Port (1928).

A Girl in Every Port

Victor McLaglan has A Girl in Every Port (1928), Howard Hawks’ most widely seen silent film, though it has never had a proper home video release.  It is most often seen at Howard Hawks film festivals and in bootleg form.  A restoration by Twentieth Century Fox would be quite nice.

A Girl in Every Port

Victor McLaglen and Robert Armstrong are two sailors with A Girl in Every Port (1928).  Victor had a long career in Hollywood, often seen in John Ford westerns such as She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949).  Robert was most famously seen as the filmmaker capturing King Kong (1933).

A Girl in Every Port

Louise Brooks as trapeze artist Marie, is romanced by sailors on shore leave in Paris in A Girl in Every Port (1928).  Louise stood out as one of many Girls in Every Port, leading to her starring roles in Pandora’s Box and Diary of a Lost Girl for German director GW Pabst at Paramount Studios.  Her film career lasted from 1925 to 1938.

A Girl in Every Port

A Girl in Every Port is Howard Hawks’ fifth film.

A Girl in Every Port premiered Feb 26, 1928