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You Never Know Women (1926)

 -  Drama  -  20 September 1926 (USA)
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Florence Vidor ...
Vera
Lowell Sherman ...
Eugene Foster
Clive Brook ...
Norodin
El Brendel ...
Toberchik
Roy Stewart ...
Dimitri
Joe Bonomo ...
The Strong Man
Irma Kornelia ...
Olga
Sidney Bracey ...
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This film was previously thought lost until 2001, when a 35mm positive film print was discovered in the Library of Congress. See more »

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A neglected classic
18 July 2002 | by (Michigan) – See all my reviews

This almost-forgotten film wraps romance, adventure, comedy and melodrama in one exciting package! Screened at the Fall Cinesation in Saginaw, MI in 2001, You Never Know Women revolves around a romantic triangle involving two members of an acrobatic troupe (Vidor and Brook) and a rakish ne'er-do-well (Sherman). William Wellman keeps the story moving while providing time for comic relief by El Brendel. While Brook is a bit stiff, Vidor is lovely and Sherman is perfect as the top-hatted cad. Particularly exciting is a scene involving a Houdini-like stunt performed by Brook. This film deserves to be on video/DVD!


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