7th Heaven (1927 film)
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7th Heaven (sometimes called Seventh Heaven), directed by Frank Borzage and based on the play by Austin Strong, tells the story of Chico (Charles Farrell), the Parisian sewer worker-turned-street cleaner, and his wife Diane (Janet Gaynor), who are separated during World War I, yet whose love manages to keep them connected.
7th Heaven was initially released as a silent film in 1927 but proved so popular with audiences that it was re-released with a synchronized soundtrack later that same year. The popularity of the film resulted in it becoming one of the most commercially successful silent films as well as one of the first films to be nominated for a Best Picture Academy Award. Janet Gaynor, Frank Borzage, and Benjamin Glazer won Oscars for their work on the film, specifically awards for Best Actress, Best Directing (Dramatic Picture), and Best Writing (Adaptation), respectively. 7th Heaven also marked the first time often-paired stars Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell worked together.
7th Heaven was added to the National Film Registry in 1995.
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