Billy's Rose (1922) - Watch Online. Directed by Challis Sanderson

Genres Drama     Short    
Director    
Writers Frank Miller
George R. Sims (poem)
Cast    
Country UK
Plot A typical weepy of the 1920's. Young Jack Cardiff (yes, the Oscar winning cinematographer) plays an Oliver Twist-type beggar boy with drunken parents (played by his real Mum and Dad) who force him to beg in the streets for money. An ailing bed ridden sister tells him wistfully how she would so love to have a real rose. He trudges through the mushy streets and, as a posh goes by, he sees a lady throw some discarded roses from her window...... search for Billy's Rose on IMDb

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    Directed by Challis Sanderson. With Jack Cardiff, Florence Cardiff. A typical weepy of the 1920's. Young Jack Cardiff (yes, the Oscar winning cinematographer) plays an Oliver Twist-type beggar boy with drunken parents (played by his real Mum and Dad) who ...

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