Wives and Other Wives
Wives and Other Wives is a lost 1918 American silent comedy-drama film directed by Lloyd Ingraham based on a story by Jules Furthman. The film stars Mary Miles Minter and Colin Chase in the lead roles.
|Wives and Other Wives|
|Directed by||Lloyd Ingraham|
|Screenplay by||Stephen Fox|
|Story by||Stephen Fox|
|Starring||Mary Miles Minter|
|Distributed by||Pathé Exchange|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
Based upon a review in a film magazine, Geoffrey Challoner (Chase) finds his bride of a few days Robin (Minter) burning some letters, and he becomes insanely jealous. A few days later, Norman Craig (Garwood) blunders into the Challoner apartment and Robin fires a gun, thinking him to be a burglar. Norman faints from fright and Robin flees, thinking that she killed him. Geoffrey finds Norman in his wife's rooms and decides upon divorce. Before the case goes to trial, Geoffrey makes the same mistake and blunders into Mrs. Craigs's (Shelby) room. A real burglar shows up to complicate the situation. In the end, it turns out that the letters Robin had been burning were from her husband Geoffrey.
- Mary Miles Minter as Robin Challoner
- Colin Chase as Geoffrey Challoner
- George Periolat as Judge Corcoran
- William Garwood as Norman Craig
- Margaret Shelby as Mrs. Craig
- Virginia Ware as Mrs. Corcoran
- Carl Stockdale as Ted Doubleday
- Eugenie Forde as Mrs. Doubleday
- Marie Morledge as Rita
- John Gough as Higgins
- The Library of Congress/FIAF American Silent Feature Film Survival Catalog:Wives and Other Wives
- "Advertising Aids for Busy Managers: Wives and Other Wives". Moving Picture World. New York City: Chalmers Publishing Company. 39 (2): 251. Jan 11, 1919. Retrieved 2014-07-03.