Remodeling Her Husband
|Remodeling Her Husband|
|Directed by||Lillian Gish|
|Written by||Lillian Gish (story and scenario, as Dorothy Elizabeth Carter)
Dorothy Parker (intertitles)
|Cinematography||George W. Hill|
Famous Players-Lasky / Artcraft
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|Running time||5 reels (4,844 feet)|
D. W. Griffith is stated in some sources as co-director or perhaps had limited input as the production was filmed at his Long Island, New York production facilities, Mamaroneck. Lillian Gish wrote the story and scenario incognito as Dorothy Elizabeth Carter with Algonquin Round Table writer Dorothy Parker supplying the intertitles. Thus the movie was nearly an all-woman produced movie with the exception of the cameraman.
The film stars Lillian's sister Dorothy Gish and Dorothy's husband at the time James Rennie. George W. Hill, who is the cinematographer, would later go on to direct classic films at MGM like Tell It to the Marines (1926) and The Big House (1930).
As described in a film publication, Janie (Gish) gets married with the goal of reforming her husband, but he still has the eyes for other women. He says he is ashamed because lacks the style of a flapper. After he repeatedly gets into difficulties, she leaves him and goes into business. The husband finally realizes what a wonderful woman she is and repents.
- Dorothy Gish - Janie Wakefield
- James Rennie - Jack Valentine
- Marie Burke - Mrs. Wakefield
- Downing Clarke - Mr. Wakefied
- Frank Kingdon - Mr. Valentine
- Mildred Marsh
- "Remodeling Her Husband: Moth-Eaten Story Lifted by Dorothy Gish's Inimitable Humor". Motion Picture News (New York City: Motion Picture News, Inc.) 21 (26): 5011. June 19, 1920. Retrieved 2014-06-25.
- Remodelling Her Husband at silentera.com database
- The American Film Institute Catalog Feature films: 1911-1920 by The American Film Institute (1988)
- Remodeling Her Husband at the Internet Movie Database
- Remodeling Her Husband at AllMovie
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