This 1921 silent comedy/romance was produced by Goldwyn Pictures Corporation, based from the play The Bridal Path by Thompson Buchanan, starring Richard Dix, May Collins and Marcia Manon. The survival status of All's Fair in Love is listed as unknown, sadly suggesting it may now be a lost film. All I can offer the reader is a very brief film synopsis. Hopefully a copy of this silent film survives and resurfaces for public viewing and a proper review.
While golfing, Natalie Marshall ( May Collins ) meets and falls in love with Bobby Cameron ( Richard Dix ), and after a brief courtship they are married. Just as they are about to embark on their honeymoon, Vera ( Marcia Manon ), a young vamp with designs on Bobby, presents Natalie with a bracelet and an accompanying note and inscription that arouse the wife's jealousy and cause an immediate break between the couple. Following a hysterical exhibition and her refusal to see her husband, she determines to win him back by employing Vera's siren methods. She succeeds, but Bobby insists that he wants a real wife, not a vamp.
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