The story of a girl who rebelled against the "double standard" of morals, and demanded that women should have as much right to expect virtue in the man they are going to marry as a man ... See full summary »

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Malcolm Gaskell
Florence Short ...
Lione Brune
Baby Ivy Ward ...
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Larry Hanlon
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Emile Grimeaux
Vera Roger ...
Clara Oakes
Lucile Dorrington ...
Alice Ellery
Vinney Binns ...
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The story of a girl who rebelled against the "double standard" of morals, and demanded that women should have as much right to expect virtue in the man they are going to marry as a man expects of a woman. From original film advertisement, 'Cumberland Argus & Fruitgrowers Gazette', 4th January 1919. Written by Kevin Dudeney

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24 June 1918 (USA)  »

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The play A Man's World by Rachel Crothers opened on Broadway at Collier's Comedy Theatre on February 8, 1910, and ran for 71 performances. The production's cast included Arthur Berthelet, Ruth Holt Boucicault, Charles Richman and John St. Polis. See more »

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