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Trial Marriage

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Trial Marriage
Directed byErle C. Kenton
Written bySonya Levien
Produced byHarry Cohn
CinematographyJoseph Walker
Edited byPandro S. Berman
William Hamilton
Release date
10 March 1929
Running time
70 minutes[1]
CountryUnited States

Trial Marriage is a 1929 American pre-Code drama film directed by Erle C. Kenton from a story by Sonya Levien. Produced by Harry Cohn for Columbia Pictures Corporation, the film was released on March 10, 1929.[2][3] Charles C. Coleman was assistant director. The film was released in two versions, in silent and with sound.


Constance Bannister (Sally Eilers) enters into a trial marriage contract with Dr. Thorvald Ware (Jason Robards) and finds happiness with him. She defies his wishes by dancing at a charity ball in a revealing costume, however, and he dissolves the contract, not knowing that she is with a child.



The June 29, 1928 issue of The Film Daily announced that Millard Webb was originally supposed to direct,[4] however he was ultimately not involved in the final film.


A negative review from Variety on April 17, 1929 wrote: "An uninteresting story given a trite, long-winded, complicated treatment, with no redeeming features in the picturization."[1]


  1. ^ a b Variety (April 1929) at the Internet Archive. Variety, April 17, 1929. p. 22 (154) "Film Reviews". Retrieved June 8, 2021.
  2. ^ Trial Marriage. American Film Institute (AFI). Retrieved June 8, 2021.
  3. ^ Edmonds, Andy (1989). Hot Toddy: The True Story of Hollywood's Most Sensational Murder. New York: William Morrow and Co. Inc. p. 269. ISBN 0-688-08061-8.
  4. ^ The Film Daily (Jan-Jun 1928) at the Internet Archive. The Film Daily, June 29, 1928. p. 6 (1394). Retrieved June 9, 2021.

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