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Changing Husbands (1924)

 |  Comedy  |  22 June 1924 (USA)
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Cast overview:
Gwynne Evans / Ava Graham
Victor Varconi ...
Oliver Evans
Bob Hamilton
Helen Dunbar ...
Mrs. Evans Sr
Conrad Bardshaw


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22 June 1924 (USA)  »

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Cambio de esposos  »

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rare and amusing silent comedy
9 November 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Ignore the stock title and familiar mistaken identity scenario: this silent relic is actually a surprisingly fresh and very funny comedy of errors with several deft performances, led by Leatrice Joy in a dual role as a restless suburban housewife with unfulfilled dreams of a Broadway career, and also as a hopelessly untalented young actress, identical in looks, who longs for a peaceful life away from the big city (you fill in the rest of the plot). In an all too brief supporting role as the actress's bewildered gentleman friend is the great Raymond Griffith, one of the under-appreciated giants of silent screen comedy. With his Keaton-like physique and subtle changes in facial expression, Griffith adds extra life to every scene in which he appears. Screened in September 1986 at the Pacific Film Archive in Berkeley, California, along with 'The Taming of the Shrew' (circa 1911), a twelve minute silent abbreviation of Shakespeare, if that makes any sense.

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