Jealous Husbands

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Directed by Maurice Tourneur
Written by Pierre Decourcelle (play)
Fred Myton
Produced byMaurice Tourneur
Starring Earle Williams
Jane Novak
Ben Alexander
Cinematography Scott R. Beal
Production
company
Maurice Tourneur Productions
Distributed by Associated First National Pictures
Release date
  • November 12, 1923 (1923-11-12)
Running time
70 minutes; 7 reels
CountryUnited States
Language Silent (English intertitles)

Jealous Husbands is a 1923 American silent drama film directed by Maurice Tourneur and starring Earle Williams, Jane Novak, and Ben Alexander. [1] [2]

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Plot

As described in a film magazine review, [3] returning from Europe, Ramón Martinez overhears a conversation which causes him to doubt the fidelity of Alice, his wife. On reaching home, who is away. He finds a note among her belongings which increases his suspicions. A burglar appears and is made the instrument of Ramón's revenge, being hired to abduct Ramón's little son. The son grows up in the company of Romani people. Years later, he is found by his real parents and a packet of letters turns up which establishes Alice's innocence, leading to happiness for all.

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Preservation

With no prints of Jealous Husbands located in any film archives, [4] it is a lost film.

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References

  1. Waldman p. 116
  2. The AFI Catalog of Feature Films: Jealous Husbands
  3. Pardy, George T. (December 15, 1923). "Feature Previews: Jealous Husbands". Exhibitors Trade Review. New York: Exhibitors Review Publishing Corporation. 15 (3): 25. Retrieved April 27, 2022.PD-icon.svgThis article incorporates text from this source, which is in the public domain .
  4. The Library of Congress American Silent Feature Film Survival Catalog: Jealous Husbands

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