Married Love (film)

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Married Love
Directed by Alexander Butler
Written by Marie Stopes
Walter Summers
Produced by G.B. Samuelson
Starring Lillian Hall-Davis
Rex Davis
Sydney Fairbrother
Sam Livesey
Cinematography Sydney Blythe
Distributed byNapoleon Films
Release date
May 1923
Running time
6,200 feet [1]
CountryUnited Kingdom
English intertitles

Married Love is a 1923 British silent drama film directed by Alexander Butler and starring Lillian Hall-Davis, Rex Davis and Sydney Fairbrother. It was also known by the alternative titles Married Life and Maisie's Marriage. The film was loosely based on the 1918 non-fiction book Married Love by Marie Stopes.



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