The Impossible Woman
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For the German film, see The Impossible Woman (1936 film).
|The Impossible Woman|
|Directed by||Meyrick Milton|
|Written by||Anne Douglas Sedgwick (novel)
C. Haddon Chambers
|Distributed by||Ideal Film Company|
The Impossible Woman is a 1919 British silent comedy film directed by Meyrick Milton and starring Constance Collier, Langhorn Burton and Christine Rayner. It was based on the novel Tante by Anne Douglas Sedgwick.
- Constance Collier - Mme. Kraska
- Langhorn Burton - Gregory Jardine
- Christine Rayner - Karen
- Alan Byrne - Edwin Drew
- Edith Craig - Mrs. Talcotte
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