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Yes or No (1920)

 -  Drama  -  28 June 1920 (USA)
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Two wives, one rich, one poor, each find themselves tempted by romantic seducers, and each faces the dilemma of remaining true to the husband who neglects her or of falling into the arms of... See full summary »

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Margaret Vane / Minnie Berry
Frederick Burton ...
Donald Vane
Lowell Sherman ...
Paul Derreck
Lionel Adams ...
Dr. Malloy
Rockliffe Fellowes ...
Jack Berry
Natalie Talmadge ...
Emma Martin
Edward Brophy ...
Tom Martin (as Edward S. Brophy)
Dudley Clements ...
Horace Hooker
Gladden James ...
Ted Leach
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Two wives, one rich, one poor, each find themselves tempted by romantic seducers, and each faces the dilemma of remaining true to the husband who neglects her or of falling into the arms of another. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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Edward Brophy's first film. See more »

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Double role for Norma Talmadge - the true and the unfaithful wives

In this double role Norma Talmadge in her 27th feature film plays both an unfaithful wife and a faithful one - the latter's husband invents a washing machine to show his gratitude. The symbolism is evident. A copy of the film is housed in 35 mm at the Library of Congress. Thanks to Greta de Groat and her website on Ms. Talmadge from which the above was gleaned.


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