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A Bill of Divorcement (1922 film)

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A Bill of Divorcement
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Constance Binney
Directed byDenison Clift
Based onA Bill of Divorcement
by Clemence Dane
StarringConstance Binney
Fay Compton
Malcolm Keen
Henry Victor
Production
company
Distributed byIdeal Film Company
Release date
1922
Running time
6 reels
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageSilent (English intertitles)

A Bill of Divorcement is a 1922 British silent drama film based on Clemence Dane's play A Bill of Divorcement. The film was directed by Denison Clift and stars Constance Binney, Fay Compton and Malcolm Keen.[1][2]

Synopsis

A bill provides that after a certain length of time the wife of a man incurably insane is entitled to a divorce. Meg Fairfield secures a divorce from her husband Hilary, and is about to marry Gray Meredith when Hilary returns cured. Sydney, daughter of Hilary and Meg, is engaged to Kit Pumphrey, son of the parish rector who refuses to permit his son to marry Sydney when he learns her mother is divorced. How Sydney sacrifices everything that her mother may find happiness and remains with her father completes the story.

— The Film Daily, (15 October 1922)[3]

Cast

References

  1. ^ "A Bill of Divorcement". BFI. Archived from the original on 3 September 2009. Retrieved 28 January 2012.
  2. ^ "Original Broadway run of A Bill of Divorcement". IDBD.
  3. ^ "Unusually Powerful Dramatic Entertainment In Film Version Of Stage Play". The Film Daily. 15 October 1922.

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