Queen Kelly is an American silent film produced in 1928-29 and released by United Artists. The film was directed by Erich von Stroheim, starred Gloria Swanson in the title role, and also starred Walter Byron and Seena Owen. The film was produced by Joseph P. Kennedy, who was Swanson's lover at the time. In 1932, Swanson released a part-talkie version, only in Europe and South America, due to her contract with Stroheim. This version had an alternate ending directed by Swanson and filmed by cinematographer Gregg Toland. Prince Wolfram is the betrothed of mad Queen Regina V of Kronberg . On...
|Directed by:||Erich von Stroheim, Sam Wood, Edmund Goulding, Richard Boleslawski, Gloria Swanson, Irving Thalberg|
|Producer:||Erich von Stroheim, Gloria Swanson, Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr.|
|Music by:||Adolph Tandler|
|Cinematography:||Gregg Toland, William H. Daniels, Paul Ivano, Gordon Pollock, Ben F. Reynolds|
|Screenplay by:||Marian Ainslee, Delmer Daves, Edmund Goulding, Paul L. Stein|