A Royal Divorce (1926 film)
A Royal Divorce is a 1926 British historical drama film directed by Alexander Butler and starring Gwylim Evans, Gertrude McCoy and Lillian Hall-Davis. It was based on a play by C.C. Collingham and depicts the romantic relationship and political divorce between Napoleon and his wife Josephine. It was remade as a sound film, A Royal Divorce, in 1938.
|A Royal Divorce|
|Directed by||Alexander Butler|
|Based on||A Royal Divorce|
by C.C. Collingham