The World and His Wife

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The World and His Wife
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Directed by Robert G. Vignola
Written by Frances Marion (scenario)
Charles Frederic Nirdlinger(English translation of play)
Based onEl gran Galeoto
by José Echegaray y Eizaguirre
Produced byCosmopolitan Productions
International Film Service
Cinematography Al Liguori
Distributed by Paramount-Artcraft Pictures
Release date
  • July 18, 1920 (1920-07-18)(United States)
Running time
60 mins.
CountryUnited States
LanguageSilent (English intertitles)

The World and His Wife is a lost [1] American 1920 silent drama film produced by Cosmopolitan Productions and distributed through Paramount Pictures. Directed by Robert G. Vignola, the film was based on the 1908 Broadway play of the same name by Charles Frederic Nirdlinger, which was adapted from the Spanish language play El Gran Galeoto by Jose Echegaray Y Eizaguirre. The film stars Alma Rubens, Montagu Love, and Pedro de Cordoba and Broadway actress Margaret Dale in her feature film debut. [2] [3]

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The story was later filmed at MGM as Lovers (1927).

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