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PEG O MY HEART (Metro Studios, 1922), directed by King Vidor, under the supervision of J. Hartley Manners, introduces the legendary theatrical actress Laurette Taylor (1884-1946) to the screen reprising the role she made famous as a poor Irish farm girl who inherits a fortune but would rather have happiness instead. While a bit too old for the character supposedly in her late teens or early twenties, Laurette was tailor made for it.

  1. King Vidor


  2. J. Hartley Manners


  3. Mary O'Hara


Top Billed Cast

  1. Laurette Taylor

    Laurette Taylor

    Margaret O'Connell

  2. Mahlon Hamilton

    Mahlon Hamilton

    Sir Gerald Adair

  3. Russell Simpson

    Russell Simpson

    Jim O'Connell

  4. Ethel Grey Terry

    Ethel Chichester

  5. Nigel Barrie

    Nigel Barrie

    Charistian Brent

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Peg o' My Heart
Peg o' My Heart


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Status Released

Release Information

  • December 17, 1922


Original Language English

Runtime 1h 20m

Budget -

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