Tomorrow's Love (1925)

Comedy-drama | 5 January 1925

Director:

Paul Bern

Writer:

Howard Higgin

Cinematographer:

Bert Glennon

Production Company:

Famous Players-Lasky Corp.
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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Exhibitors Trade Review
17 Jan 1925
p. 48.
Film Daily
11 Jan 1925.
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New York Times
7 Jan 1938
p. 33.
Variety
7 Jan 1925
p. 38.
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LITERARY
Based on the short story "Interlocutory" by Charles William Brackett in The Saturday Evening Post (15 Mar 1924).
DETAILS
Release Date:
5 January 1925
Premiere Information:
New York opening: 4 January 1925
Copyright Claimant:
Famous Players-Lasky Corp.
Copyright Date:
9 January 1925
Copyright Number:
LP20985
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,842
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Judith marries Robert Stanley and for a time her dreams of happiness are all realized. As the months go by, however, she is increasingly disturbed by his stubborn adherence to annoying habits, wrong beliefs, and small faults: he leaves the windows open when he is cold and drives out in an open car in the rain when he feels ill. On one of these aquatic trips, Robert's car breaks down; and he is picked up by Bess Carlysle, an old girl friend, who insists that he return with her to her apartment to dry his clothes. He is dancing with Bess, after a whisky and a hot bath for his feet, when Judith walks in on them. She suspects the worst, and Robert is too stubborn to explain. Judith secures an interlocutory divorce and goes to Europe; Robert becomes engaged to Bess, more out of pique than love. Judith decides at the 11th hour that she does not want the divorce to become final and returns to the United States. After a frantic trip by car and boat, she arrives just in time to prevent Tom's remarriage; she and Tom are later ... +


Judith marries Robert Stanley and for a time her dreams of happiness are all realized. As the months go by, however, she is increasingly disturbed by his stubborn adherence to annoying habits, wrong beliefs, and small faults: he leaves the windows open when he is cold and drives out in an open car in the rain when he feels ill. On one of these aquatic trips, Robert's car breaks down; and he is picked up by Bess Carlysle, an old girl friend, who insists that he return with her to her apartment to dry his clothes. He is dancing with Bess, after a whisky and a hot bath for his feet, when Judith walks in on them. She suspects the worst, and Robert is too stubborn to explain. Judith secures an interlocutory divorce and goes to Europe; Robert becomes engaged to Bess, more out of pique than love. Judith decides at the 11th hour that she does not want the divorce to become final and returns to the United States. After a frantic trip by car and boat, she arrives just in time to prevent Tom's remarriage; she and Tom are later reconciled. +

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Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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