Nobody's Widow is a 1927 American silent comedy film directed by Donald Crisp and starring Leatrice Joy, Charles Ray and Phyllis Haver. It is an adaptation of a 1910 play of the same title by Avery Hopwood.
|Directed by||Donald Crisp|
|Written by||Clara Beranger |
Douglas Z. Doty
Avery Hopwood (play)
|Starring||Leatrice Joy |
|Cinematography||Arthur C. Miller|
DeMille Pictures Corporation
|Distributed by||Producers Distributing Corporation|
|January 12, 1927|
After discovering that her husband has been unfaithful to her, an upper-class English woman moves to America to stay with a friends and pretends to have been widowed and attracts several suitors. Things become complicated when her husband arrives and courts her using an alias.
- The A to Z of American Theater: Modernism p.350
- James Fisher & Felicia Hardison Londré. The A to Z of American Theater: Modernism. Rowman & Littlefield, 2009.