Ned McCobb's Daughter 1928

A skillful adaptation of the Theatre Guild play, with a fine acting cast, recruited mostly from the stage. It marks Theodore Roberts' return and is the first picture directed by William J. Cowan. Breathlessly exciting. The story concerns a gang of bootleggers, a clandestine affair and a murder, yet it's something more than a melodrama. Irene Rich is excellent and Robert Armstrong's performance perfect.

Photoplay December 1928

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Ned McCobb's Daughter
United States 1928

Directed by
William J. Cowen

George Barraud
Edward Hearn


Running time:71 minutes
Country:United States

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