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Behold My Wife! (1920 film)

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Genre  Drama
Country  United States
Director  George Melford
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Language  Silent (English intertitles)
Release date  October 10, 1920 (1920-10-10)
Based on  The Translation of a Savage  by Sir Gilbert Parker
Writer  Gilbert Parker (novel), Frank Condon

Behold My Wife! is a lost 1920 silent drama film directed by George Melford and starring Mabel Julienne Scott and Milton Sills in a filmization of Sir Gilbert Parkers novel, The Translation of a Savage. Famous Players-Lasky produced the film and Paramount Pictures distributed.

In 1934, the story was filmed again by Paramount as Behold My Wife, directed by Mitchell Leisen and starring Sylvia Sidney and Gene Raymond.

Cast

  • Mabel Julienne Scott - Lali, Indian girl
  • Milton Sills - Frank Armour
  • Winter Hall - General Armour
  • Elliott Dexter - Richard Armour
  • Helen Dunbar - Mrs. Armour
  • Ann Forrest - Marion Armour
  • Maude Wayne - Julia Haldwell
  • Fred Huntly - Chief Eye-of-the-Moon (*aka Fred Huntley)
  • F. R. Butler - Captain Vidal
  • F. Templer-Powell - Lord Haldwell
  • Mark Fenton - Gordon
  • Jane Wolfe - Mrs. McKenzie
  • References

    Behold My Wife! (1920 film) Wikipedia
    Behold My Wife! (1920 film) IMDb


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