Two Arabian Knights (1927)

William Boyd and Mary Astor in TWO ARABIAN KNIGHTS (1927)

Caption: A romantic scene between William Boyd and his leading lady, Mary Astor, in the post-war comedy drama "Two Arabian Knights", filmed by Caddo Productions as a United Artist feature, with Lewis Milestone as director. Louis Wolheim is the third featured player.

William Boyd and Louis Wolheim in TWO ARABIAN KNIGHTS (1927)

Caption: William Boyd and Louis Wolheim in a scene from "Two Arabian Knights", United Artists production. Boyd and Wolheim, in this film, are a carefree team of doughboys who wade through a series fo hilarious situations and adventures in Arabia after escaping from a German prison. Mary Astor is the heroine of the story, which was filmed by Caddo Productions, new United Artists' unit, under the direction of John W. Considine, Jr.

William Boyd and Louis Wolheim in TWO ARABIAN KNIGHTS (1927)

Caption: A German prison camp scene in "Two Arabian Knights", a United Artists feature directed byh Lewis Milestone, in which William Boyd and Louis Wolheim appear as doughboy adventurers. "Two Arabian Knights" is the initial offering of Caddo Productions, a new United Artists unit.

William Boyd, and Louis Wolheim in TWO ARABIAN KNIGHTS (1927)

Caption: A narrow escape! William Boyd and Louis Wolheim in one of the many thrilling scenes of "Two Arabian Knights", a United Artists feature in which these two, doughboy "buddies", flee from a German prison camp only to be drawn into greater complication in the land of harems. The producing organization is a new United Artists unit, Caddo, productions, and the director is Lewis Milestone.

William Boyd and Louis Wolheim in TWO ARABIAN KNIGHTS (1927)

Caption: William Boyd and Louis Wolheim, in the foreground, as "Private Phelps" and "Sergeant O'Gaffney", in "Two Arabian Knights", a new United Artists feature supervised by John W. Considine Jr. and filmed under the banner of Caddo Productions, new United Artists unit. The director is Lewis Milestone.

William Boyd and Louis Wolheim in TWO ARABIAN KNIGHTS (1927)

Caption: Ballet skirts? No. The robes worn by William Boyd and Louis Wolheim are Arabian burnooses, frozen stiff from immersion in a pond of water into which Boyd and Wolheim are plunged while escaping from a German prison camp in "Two Arabian Knights", a comedy drama of two doughboys' adventures in France, Germany and Arabia. The picture, filmed by Caddo Productions as a United Artists special, has Lewis Milestone as director.

William Boyd and Louis Wolheim in TWO ARABIAN KNIGHTS (1927)

Caption: Fighting men of seven or more nations appear in "Two Arabian Knights", with William Boyd and Louis Wolheim, a comedy drama in which a German prison camp provides one of the most interesting settings. A United Artists feature, produced by Caddo Procudtions, "Two Arabian Knights" has Lewis Milestone as director.

William Boyd and Louis Wolheim in TWO ARABIAN KNIGHTS (1927)

William Boyd and Louis Wolheim


with William Boyd, Mary Astor, and Louis Wolheim. Directed by Lewis Milestone. Caddo/United Artists.

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