Jack Newberry ( E. K. Lincoln ), the son of a millionaire trying to make it on his own in the motion picture business, spends his last dime on a property and then borrows $40,000 from his sweetheart's father in order to finance the film. He hires a foreign director, Eric von Greed ( William Russell ), to shoot the film, which, to everyone's surprise, is a great success. Having proved himself in the business world, Jack marries his girl.
This 1925 silent comedy was based on the short story "The Other Man's Wife" by James Oliver Curwood and produced by Clifford S. Elfelt Productions. Boasting a cast of popular silent actors including E. K. Lincoln, Helen Ferguson, Mildred Harris, Herbert Rawlinson and Chester Conklin, sadly, My Neighbor's Wife remains a lost silent film.
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