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The World and His Wife
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
Pedro de Cordoba
and Broadway actress Margaret Dale in her film debut.[2][3] The story was later filmed at MGM as Lovers (1927). Cast[edit]

Montagu Love
Montagu Love
as Don Julian Alma Rubens
Alma Rubens
as Teodora Gaston Glass
Gaston Glass
as Ernesto Pedro de Cordoba
Pedro de Cordoba
as Don Severo Charles K. Gerrard
Charles K. Gerrard
as Don Alvarez Mrs. Allen Walker as Marie Byron Russell as Captain Wickersham Peter Barbierre as Don Julian's Friend (credited as Peter Barbier) Pierre Gendron as Don Alvarez's Friend (credited as Leon Gendron) Vincent Macchia as Don Alvarez's Friend James Savold as Ernesto's Father Margaret Dale as Mercedes Ray Allen as Ernesto's Mother

References[edit]

^ The Library of Congress American Silent Feature Films Survival Catalog: The World and His Wife ^ Progressive Silent Film List: The World and His Wife
The World and His Wife
at silentera.com ^ The AFI Catalog of Feature Films: The World and His Wife

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Films directed by Robert G. Vignola

Rory O'More (1911)*short The Vampire (1913) The Spider (1916) Audrey (1916) The Moment Before (1916) The Evil Thereof (1916) Under Cover (1916) The Reward of Patience
The Reward of Patience
(1916) Seventeen (1916) Great Expectations (1917) The Fortunes of Fifi
The Fortunes of Fifi
(1917) Her Better Self (1917) The Love That Lives (1917) Double Crossed (1917) The Hungry Heart
The Hungry Heart
(1917) The Knife (1918) Madame Jealousy
Madame Jealousy
(1918) The Reason Why (1918) The Claw (1918) The Savage Woman (1918) The Girl Who Came Back
The Girl Who Came Back
(1918) Women's Weapons (1918) You Never Saw Such a Girl (1919) The Winning Girl (1919) Experimental Marriage (1919) The Home Town Girl
The Home Town Girl
(1919) The Woman Next Door (1919) An Innocent Adventuress
An Innocent Adventuress
(1919) The Heart of Youth
The Heart of Youth
(1919) More Deadly Than the Male
More Deadly Than the Male
(1919) The World and His Wife
The World and His Wife
(1920) The Passionate Pilgrim (1921) Enchantment (1921) When Knighthood Was in Flower (1922) Beauty's Worth
Beauty's Worth
(1922) The Young Diana
The Young Diana
(1922) Yolanda (1924) Married Flirts (1924) Déclassée
Déclassée
(1925) The Way of a Girl (1925) Cabaret (1927) Broken Dreams (1933) The Scarlet Letter (1934) The Girl from Scotland Yard (1937)

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