The Magic Flame

The Magic Flame (1927)

The Magic Flame (1927) is a feature film directed by Henry King, produced by Samuel Goldwyn, and based on the play Konig Harlekin by Rudolph Lothar. George Barnes was nominated at the 1st Academy Awards for Best Cinematography. The film promoted itself as the Romeo and Juliet of the circus upon its release. An incomplete copy missing reels 3, 7, and 8 is housed at the Museum Of Modern Art according to the Library of Congress’ American Silent Feature Film Survival Database.