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For information on other adaptations of the Victorien Sardou-Émile de Najac play (also known as Cyprienne ), please consult the entry below for the 1918 Famous Players-Lasky film Let's Get a Divorce, directed by Charles Giblyn and starring Billie Burke and John ... More Less

For information on other adaptations of the Victorien Sardou-Émile de Najac play (also known as Cyprienne ), please consult the entry below for the 1918 Famous Players-Lasky film Let's Get a Divorce, directed by Charles Giblyn and starring Billie Burke and John Miltern. More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Film Daily
6 Feb 1927.
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New York Times
22 Feb 1927
p. 23.
Variety
23 Feb 1927
p. 16.
CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANY
DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
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PHOTOGRAPHY
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LITERARY
Based on the novel Divorçons by Victorien Sardou and Émile de Najac (Paris, 6 Dec 1880).
DETAILS
Release Date:
22 January 1927
Copyright Claimant:
Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.
Copyright Date:
27 January 1927
Copyright Number:
LP23618
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
6,972
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Having become restless after seven years of married life, Jacques Cartier welcomes a flirtation by the flippant Suzanna. Suspicious of her husband's numerous "business appointments," Madame Cartier invites Ray, Suzanna's fiancé, to accompany her to a ball where she is convinced her husband and Suzanna have gone. Cartier is informed by a magistrate of his wife's presence, and later he returns home in a jealous rage. Ray, slightly enamored of his companion, agrees to marry Madame Cartier when her husband insists on a divorce. The magistrate processes a fake divorce and then marries both couples; later, discovering they have each embarked on honeymoons, he locates them with some difficulty at the Cartiers' summer lodge, where each pair has gone unknown to the other, and performs a legal marriage for Ray and Suzanna. (Locale: Paris and nearby ... +


Having become restless after seven years of married life, Jacques Cartier welcomes a flirtation by the flippant Suzanna. Suspicious of her husband's numerous "business appointments," Madame Cartier invites Ray, Suzanna's fiancé, to accompany her to a ball where she is convinced her husband and Suzanna have gone. Cartier is informed by a magistrate of his wife's presence, and later he returns home in a jealous rage. Ray, slightly enamored of his companion, agrees to marry Madame Cartier when her husband insists on a divorce. The magistrate processes a fake divorce and then marries both couples; later, discovering they have each embarked on honeymoons, he locates them with some difficulty at the Cartiers' summer lodge, where each pair has gone unknown to the other, and performs a legal marriage for Ray and Suzanna. (Locale: Paris and nearby countryside.) +

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