THE COCK-EYED WORLD

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
Filming Locations —

Vallejo, Solano County: In early April 1929, the film crew came to Mare Island to film on the USS Henderson and the Mare Island sea-wall. The cast and crew stayed at the Casa de Vallejo Hotel. Read the articles below for more details.


The Cock-Eyed World (1929)
CAST: Victor McLaglen, Edmund Lowe, Lili Damita, El Brendel....
WRITER: Maxwell Anderson, Tom Barry, Wilson Mizner, Wilbur Morse Jr., Laurence Stallings, Raoul Walsh, William K. Wells
DIRECTOR: Raoul Walsh
CINEMATOGRAPHER: Arthur Edeson


MEDIA ARTICLES

"Movie Troupe Here Tuesday" Vallejo Evening Chronicle, 29 March 1929.
"Movie Troupe Here For Scenes" Vallejo Evening Chronicle, 2 April 1929.
"Film Troupe Leaves Here" Vallejo Evening Chronicle, 4 April 1929.

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