Wanted: A Husband

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Wanted: A Husband
Billie Burke in Wanted a Husband by Lawrence Windom Film Daily 1920.png
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Directed by Lawrence C. Windom
Produced by Adolph Zukor
Jesse Lasky
Written by Clara Beranger(scenario)
Based on "Enter D'Arcy" 
by Samuel Hopkins Adams
Starring Billie Burke
Cinematography Roy Overbaugh
Distributed by Paramount-Artcraft
Release dates
  • December 28, 1919 (1919-12-28)
Running time 5 reels; 4,596 feet
Country United States
Language Silent

Wanted: A Husband is a 1919 silent film comedy starring Billie Burke. It was produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount-Artcraft.[1] The film is based on the short story "Enter D'Arcy" by Samuel Hopkins Adams. The relatively unknown and forgotten Lawrence C. Windom directed this currently lost film.[2][3]

Cast[edit]

  • Billie Burke - Amanda Darcy Cole
  • James Crane - Jack Remsen
  • Margaret Linden - Gloria Green
  • Charles Lane - Tom Harmon
  • Edward Lester - Paul Wood
  • Bradley Barker - Holcomb Lee
  • Helen Greene - Maude Raynes
  • Gypsy O'Brien - Helen Bartlett
  • Kid Broad - Andy Dunn
  • Mrs. Priestly Morrison - Veronica
  • Frank Goldsmith - Hiram

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