Sunshine Alley

Sunshine Alley

Sunshine Alley is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by John W. Noble and produced by Samuel Goldwyn. It was written by screenwriter Mary Rider specifically as a vehicle for actress Mae Marsh.


The film—which was lauded for its sympathy toward animals—centers on a relationship between a young woman who helps out at her grandfather's bird store and a millionaire's son.

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    director John W. Noble
    genre drama
    keywords young woman
    producer Samuel Goldwyn
    productionCompany Goldwyn Pictures Corporation