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Also known as [The Social Exile]
B&W : Eight reels / [?] 7733 or 7869? feet
Directed by Robert Vignola
Cast: Lloyd Hughes [Ned Thayer], Corinne Griffith [Lady Helen Haden], Clive Brook [Rudolph Solomon], Rockcliffe Fellowes [Sir Bruce Haden], Lilyan Tashman [Mrs. Leslie], Hedda Hopper [Lady Wildering], Bertram Johns [Sir Emmett Wildering], Gale Henry [Timmins], Louise Fazenda [Mrs. Walton], Eddie Lyons [Mr. Walton], Mario Carillo [the hotel manager], Paul Weigel [Henri], Clark Gable [extra]
Corinne Griffith Productions production; distributed by First National Pictures, Incorporated. / Scenario by Charles E. Whittaker and Bradley King, from the novel Déclassée by Zoë Akins. Art direction by J.J. Hughes. Assistant director, Philip Carle. Cinematography by Gaetano Gaudio (Tony Gaudio). Edited by Cyril Gardner. / © 20 March 1925 by Corinne Griffith Productions [LP21250]. Released 12 April 1925. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format. / The novel was subsequently filmed as Her Private Life (1929).
Survival status: Print exists in the National Film and Television Archive of the British Film Institute film archive; and in the Library of Congress film archive [theatrical trailer only].
Current rights holder: (unknown)
Listing updated: 12 February 2011.
References: Eames-MGM p. 18; FilmDaily-1926 p. 37 : Website-AFI : with additional information provided by Pete Jones.