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The Enemies of Women
B&W : Eleven reels / 10,501 feet
Directed by Alan Crosland
Cast: Lionel Barrymore [Prince Lubimoff], Alma Rubens [Alicia], Pedro de Cordoba [Atilio Castro], Gareth Hughes [Spadoni], Gladys Hulette [Vittoria], William H. Thompson [Colonel Marcos], William Collier Jr. [Gaston], Mario Majeroni [Duke DeDelille], Betty Boyton [Alicia’s maid], Jeanne Brindeau [Madame Spadoni], Ivan Linow [terrorist], Adolph Millar [terrorist], Paul Panzer [cossack], Claire de Lorez [Anna], Polly Nally [Sweden], Addie Rolf [France], Marie Shelton [Sweden], Vivian Vernon [Spain], Helen Lee Worthing [Norway], Constance Berry [Polish beauty], Arline Booth [Swedish beauty], America Chedister [French beauty], Margaret Dumont [French beauty], Annette Earle [French beauty], Lou Gorey [French beauty], Joan Le Monte [Jewish beauty], Marion Moorehouse [French beauty], Mademoiselle Narcita [Hindu beauty], Mae Opreska [Russian beauty], Helen Stewart [French beauty], Hannelore [dance specialty], Clara Bow [girl dancing on table], Evelyn Arnold [dancer], Maxina Arnold [dancer], Dorothy Dinsmore [dancer], Beatrice Keen [dancer], Mary Mackintosh [dancer], Peggy Raymond [dancer], Nellie Savage [dancer], Virginia Whitehead [dancer], Salzedo Harp Ensemble
Cosmopolitan Productions production; distributed by Goldwyn Distributing Corporation. / Scenario by John Lynch, from the novel Los Enemigos de la mujer by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez. Production manager, John Lynch. Set design by Joseph Urban. Costume design by Gretl Urban. Cinematography by Ira H. Morgan. Original music score by William Frederick Peters. / © 21 May 1923 by Cosmopolitan Productions [LP19004]. Premiered circa 15 April 1923 in New York, New York. General release, 2 September 1923. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format. / Scenes with Louis Wolheim were cut before the film’s release. The film was released in Germany and Austria in 1924.
Survival status: Print exists [incomplete].
Current rights holder: (unknown)
Keywords: Authors: Vicente Blasco-Ibáñez (1867-1928) - France: Gironde: Cap Ferrat: La Vigie - Russia
Listing updated: 6 May 2010.
References: Geduld-Birth p. 38; Weaver-Twenty p. 56 : Website-AFI; Website-IMDb : with additional information provided by Saul Davis Zlatkovski.