|Directed by||Sam Wood|
|Produced by||Adolph Zukor
|Written by||Monte M. Katterjohn|
|Based on||Prodigal Daughters
by Joseph Hocking
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|Release date(s)||April 15, 1923|
|Running time||60 mins.|
Prodigal Daughters is a lost 1923 American silent societal drama film produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed through Paramount Pictures. The film stars Gloria Swanson and was directed by Sam Wood. It is based on a novel of the same name by Joseph Hocking.
Some portions of this film were shot in Swanson's own palatial Hollywood mansion. A young and then unknown Mervyn LeRoy appears unbilled as a newsboy. He later directed Swanson in her early talkie Tonight or Never.
- Gloria Swanson - Elinor "Swifty" Forbes
- Ralph Graves - Roger Corbin
- Vera Reynolds - Marjory Forbes
- Theodore Roberts - J.D. Forbes
- Louise Dresser - Mrs. Forbes
- Charles Clary - Stanley Garside
- Robert Agnew - Lester Hodge
- Maude Wayne - Connie
- Jiquel Lanoe - Juda Botanya
- Eric Mayne - Dr. Marco Strong
- Antonio Corsi - Undetermined role
- Mervyn LeRoy - Newsboy (Uncredited)
- The Library of Congress American Silent Feature Film Survival Catalog:Prodigal Daughters
- Canham, Kingsley; Thomas, Tony (1974). The Hollywood Professionals: Henry King, Lewis Milestone, and Sam Wood. Tantivy Press. p. 176. ISBN 0-498-01394-4.
- Swanson, Gloria (1981). Swanson On Swanson. Pocket Books. p. 190. ISBN 0-671-43354-7.
- Sandburg, Carl (2000). Bernstein, Arnie, ed. "The Movies Are": Carl Sandburg's Film Reviews and Essays, 1920-1928. Ebert, Roger. Lake Claremont Press. p. 166. ISBN 1-893-12105-4.
- Prodigal Daughters at the Internet Movie Database
- Prodigal Daughters at AllMovie
- Lobby poster
- Traditional lobby poster
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