The World and the Woman

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The World and the Woman
The World and the Woman.jpg
Directed by Frank Lloyd
Eugene Moore
Produced by Edwin Thanhouser
Written by Philip Lonergan
William C. de Mille
Starring Jeanne Eagels
Boyd Marshall
Thomas A. Curran
Production
company
Distributed by Pathé Exchange
Golden Rooster Plays
Release dates
  • November 19, 1916 (1916-11-19)
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Running time 66 minutes
Country United States
Language Silent

The Woman and the World is a 1916 silent film starring Jeanne Eagels as a prostitute who seeks a second chance in the countryside. It was based on the 1914 play Outcast starring Elsie Ferguson. It was remade in 1922 as Outcast, starring Ferguson; in 1928 with Corinne Griffith, also titled Outcast; and with Bette Davis in 1935 as The Girl from 10th Avenue.[2]

The film is available on DVD.[3]

Cast[edit]

  • Jeanne Eagels as A Woman of the Streets
  • Boyd Marshall as The Man
  • Thomas A. Curran as James Palmer
  • Grace DeCarlton as Mrs. Jim Rollins
  • Wayne Arey as Jim Rollins
  • Carey L. Hastings as Anna Graham
  • Ethelmary Oakland as Sunny

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