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The Affairs of Anatol ()


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Socialite Anatol Spencer seeks a better relation than he has with his wife. He sets up the friend of his youth Emilie in an apartment and she two-times him; he comforts near-suicidal Annie and she robs him.

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Anatol Spencer
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Vivian Spencer - Anatol's Wife
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Max Runyon
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Satan Synne
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Abner Elliott
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Emilie Dixon
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Gordon Bronson
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Annie Elliott
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Mr. Nazzer Singh - Hindu Hypnotist
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Laura Anson
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Chorus Girl (uncredited)
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Guest (uncredited)
Shannon Day ...
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
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Tibra (uncredited)
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Bridge Player (uncredited)
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Dr. Johnston (uncredited)
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Great Blatsky - Violin Teacher (uncredited)
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Stage Manager (uncredited)
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Spencer's Valet (uncredited)
Zelma Maja ...
Nurse (uncredited)
Ruth Miller ...
Marie - Spencer's Maid (uncredited)
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Orchestra Leader (uncredited)
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Dr. Bowles (uncredited)
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Spencer's Butler (uncredited)
Lady Parker ...
Bridge Player (uncredited)
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Guest (uncredited)

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Cecil B. DeMille ... (uncredited)

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Arthur Schnitzler ... (suggested by play of the same name)
 
Jeanie Macpherson ... (by)

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Cecil B. DeMille ... producer (as Cecil B. De Mille)

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Brian Benison ... (1999)

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Karl Struss ... (photographed by)
Alvin Wyckoff ... (photographed by)

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Anne Bauchens ... (uncredited)

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Paul Iribe

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Paul Iribe ... (uncredited)
Clare West ... (uncredited)

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Howard Higgin ... production manager

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Beulah Marie Dix ... literary assistance
Elmer Harris ... literary assistance
Jesse L. Lasky ... presenter
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Socialite Anatol Spencer seeks a better relation that he has with his wife. He sets up the friend of his youth Emilie in an apartment only to have her two-time him. He comforts the near suicide Annie only to have her rob him of his wallet. "Satan" Synne, the "wickedest woman in New York," looks promising but she's only plying her trade to help raise funds for her husband's surgery. He decides to return to his wife, with all her faults--and finds her carousing with his best friend Max. Written by Ed Stephan

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Taglines He couldn't resist a pretty face, and every day he fell into a new adventure. Thus he followed the lure of romance until-? (Print Ad- Albany Times-Union, ((Albany NY)) 26 September 1921) See more »
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Also Known As
  • Five Kisses (United States)
  • Anatol: Five Kisses (United States)
  • A Prodigal Knight (United Kingdom)
  • Le coeur nous trompe (France)
  • El señorito Primavera (Spain)
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  • 117 min
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Trivia Gloria Swanson admitted in an interview decades later that Wallace Reid's drug addiction scared her while they were making this film, and she avoided socializing with him because of it. See more »
Goofs In the flashback sequence where Emilie is on a swing and two mirrors are set up to give repeated reflections of the action, the cameraman bending over his camera is visible a few times when the swing moves out of the way. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Don't Tell Everything (1921). See more »
Quotes Anatol Spencer: Let's not kiss any more, dear, until after breakfast.
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