DirectorTom Forman ProducerJesse L. Lasky CountryUnited States
Release dateMay 29, 1921 (1921-05-29) WriterWill M. Ritchey, John D. Swain Story byJohn D. Swain, Will M. Ritchey CastLoretta Young (Child), Grace Darmond (Dorothea Welter), Jacqueline Logan (Andree Duphot), Walter Long (Chicoq), Thomas Meighan (Billy Kane) Similar moviesThe Round-Up (1920), Shadows (1922), Wings (1927), The Vanishing American (1925), Corvette K-225 (1943)
White and Unmarried is a lost 1921 American comedy silent film directed by Tom Forman and written by Will M. Ritchey and John D. Swain. The film stars Thomas Meighan, Jacqueline Logan, Grace Darmond, Walter Long, Lloyd Whitlock, Frederick Vroom, and Marian Skinner. The film was released on May 29, 1921, by Paramount Pictures.
When an underworld figure inherits a fortune, he goes straight and endeavors to become a respectable businessman. But on a Trip to Paris, he encounters a few not-so-honest types who think he is ripe for picking.