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Street Angel is a 1928 film about a woman who finds herself destitute and on the streets. It stars Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell.

The movie was adapted by H.H. Caldwell (titles), Katherine Hilliker (titles), Philip Klein, Marion Orth and Henry Roberts Symonds from the novel Cristilinda by Monckton Hoffe. It was directed by Frank Borzage.

It won the Academy Award for Best Actress (Janet Gaynor) and was nominated for Best Art Direction and Best Cinematography. Oddly enough, the acting award was given in 1929 and the other two in 1930.

This was one of three movies that Gaynor received her Academy Award for in 1929. The other two were Sunrise and Seventh Heaven.

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Comixfan Forums - STREET ANGEL #5 REVIEW (660 words)
One might argue that Street Angel, in its lack of thematic consistency, is not unlike life itself: Sometimes it's wacky, sometimes it's serious, sometimes it's sad, and sometimes you've just got to get down, get funky and go crazy on your skateboard with a pair of uzis.
Street Angel still kicks ass, and if you're not reading it, then you may have to accept the fact that you're just not with it.
His two-page spread of Street Angel wreaking havoc on the gang of thugs needs to be put on a poster, or a t-shirt, or perhaps placemats at family restaurants.
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