Parisian Nights

Parisian Nights

Parisian Nights is a 1925 American silent drama film directed by Alfred Santell and featuring Boris Karloff.


As described in a film magazine review, Adela, a wealthy sculptress, finds in Jean, a leader of a Parisian Apaches, the model for which she has been looking when he comes to rob her house. He poses for her and incurs the jealousy of Marie, his underworld sweetheart. A rival faction of the Apaches kills Jacques, Jean’s friend, and a terrific battle between the two factions ensues, in which Marie is killed. Adele finds happiness with Jean, who promises to reform.

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    contentLocation Paris
    director Alfred Santell
    genre drama
    keywords apache kill
    musicBy David Arkenstone
    productionCompany Gothic Pictures
    publisher Film Booking Offices of America