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Everybodys Woman (1924 film)

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Director  Alexander Korda
Country  Austria
Everybody's Woman (1924 film) Everybodys Woman Wikipedia
Language  Silent German intertitles
Release date  1923

Everybody's Woman (German: Jedermanns Frau) is a 1924 Austrian silent drama film directed by Alexander Korda and starring María Corda, May Hanbury and Jeffrey Bernard. A Montmartre flower-seller is transformed into a society lady for a bet. It is also known as The Folly of Doubt.

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Production

After making a film The Unknown Tomorrow (1923) in Germany, Korda returned to Vienna with financial backing from Germany's largest studio UFA for a co-production with Sascha-Film. The film was shot during the winter 1923-1924. The screenplay was probably written by Korda, based on a Pygmalion theme. While in Vienna, Maria Corda also appeared in the hit film Moon of Israel (1924).

Cast

  • María Corda - Marie Celeste
  • May Hanbury
  • Jeffrey Bernard
  • Harry Nestor
  • Artúr Somlay
  • Otto Schmöle
  • Adolf Weisse
  • References

    Everybody's Woman (1924 film) Wikipedia
    Everybodys Woman (1924 film) IMDb


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