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A Pair of Silk Stockings (1918)

 -  Comedy | Romance  -  20 July 1918 (USA)
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Harrison Ford ...
Wanda Hawley ...
Vera Doria ...
Florence Carpenter ...
Maudie Plantaganet
Thomas Persse ...
Sir John Gower
Louis Willoughby ...
Captain Jack Bagnal
Helen Haskell ...
Angela
Larry Steers ...
McIntyre (as L.W. Steers)
Robert Gordon ...
Brook
Sylvia Ashton ...
Lady Gower
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Pleasant romp about a divorced couple
30 August 2003 | by (Florida) – See all my reviews

Cute little silent film, nothing earth-shattering, but still enjoyable for its stars, adorable Constance Talmadge and handsome Harrison Ford the First. Connie thinks hubbie Harrison has cheated on her, but it's not the case. She divorces him and all her society friends back her up, despite her lack of proof. Harrison spends the rest of the film trying to win her back, by some rather unorthodox means.

The print I saw of this film was in sepia tones, I assume with the camera being held up to the screen, with the wonderful Philip Carli accompanying on the piano. You can hear the audience laughing in the background, so they obviously enjoyed it as much as I did.


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