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Changing Husbands (1924)

 |  Comedy  |  22 June 1924 (USA)
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Gwynne Evans / Ava Graham
Victor Varconi ...
Oliver Evans
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Bob Hamilton
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Delia
Helen Dunbar ...
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Conrad Bardshaw
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Changing Clothes
19 July 2008 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

All of the major players in this movie have been much better served. Zasu Pitts has a throwaway role, Victor Varconi --- well, I must admit I can't think of anything else I might have seen Mr. Varconi in, but his role as husband is the sort that Tommy Meighan made a career playing, and he has almost no presence. Raymond Griffith isn't given much leeway, although he does a couple of amusing takes, and as for the star, Miss Leatrice Joy.... well, she does get to play two roles, but one is a selfish boor who wants to become a Great Actress and the other is a little mouse who doesn't want anything.

Really, it's largely an exercise in posing to another typical Cecil B. DeMille script in which the times, we are informed, they are a-changing. The actors do as much as they can, which renders this pleasantly watchable, but nothing to go out of your way for.


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