Return to Babylon


Return to Babylon Information

Return to Babylon is an upcoming silent film. It was directed by Alex Monty Canawati and written by Matt Riddlehoover. It stars an ensemble cast of Jennifer Tilly, María Conchita Alonso, Ione Skye, Debi Mazar, Laura Harring, and Tippi Hedren.

Plot

Scandals and pratfalls abound in this satirical and sexy look at the silent movie era. Involves some of the most famous stars of the 1920s, including Rudolph Valentino, Gloria Swanson, Clara Bow, Lupe Vélez, Fatty Arbuckle, and William Desmond Taylor.

Background

Features locations in and around Hollywood, California, including the original Rudolph Valentino and Norma Talmadge estates, as well as the "Magic Castle" in the Hollywood Hills.

The feature was shot using 19 rolls of 16mm film found sitting on a sidewalk on Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California. Shooting was performed using original hand-cranked movie cameras.

Cast

  • Jennifer Tilly as Clara Bow
  • María Conchita Alonso as Lupe Vélez
  • Ione Skye as Virginia Rappe
  • Debi Mazar as Gloria Swanson
  • Tippi Hedren as Mrs. Peabody
  • Rolonda Watts as Josephine Baker
  • Laura Harring as Alla Nazimova
  • Morganne Picard as Mabel Normand
  • Brett Ashy as Fatty Arbuckle
  • Paul Kent as Mack Sennett
  • Michael Goldman as Adolph Zukor
  • Marina Bakica as Alma Rubens
  • Frank Infante as Dr. Feelgood
  • Jack Atlantis as William Desmond Taylor
  • Devora Lillian as Mary Miles Minter
  • Stanley Sheff as Douglas Fairbanks
  • Alex Monty Canawati as Rudolph Valentino
  • Adnan Taletovich as John Gilbert
  • Alejandro Delgado as Harold Lloyd
  • Jennifer Seifert as Pola Negri


Release

The film has yet to be released.




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