Week End Husbands

Week End Husbands is a lost[1] 1924 silent film drama directed by Edward H. Griffith produced by Daniel Carson Goodman and released by the floundering Equity Pictures Company. The film stars Alma Rubens and was made in New York.[2][3]

Week End Husbands
Directed byEdward H. Griffith
Produced byDaniel Carson Goodman
Written byDaniel Carson Goodman
StarringAlma Rubens
Distributed byEquity Pictures
Release date
February 10, 1924
Running time
7 reels; (6,500 ft)


Production notes

  • Some discrepancy arises in the identity of the actor who plays William Randall. As this film is long lost, there are still photos that survive to reveal actor Holmes Herbert in the role of William Randall. Henry Hebert who is sometimes/and erroneously listed is an entirely different actor who is not in this film. Holmes Herbert and Henry Hebert are two different people. Both actors however died in 1956.


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