Wives Under Suspicion
|Wives Under Suspicion|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||James Whale|
|Produced by||Edmund Grainger|
|Written by||Ladislas Fodor (story)
|Music by||Charles Previn|
|Edited by||Charles Maynard|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
Wives Under Suspicion (1938) is a film directed by James Whale, starring Warren William, Gail Patrick, Ralph Morgan, and Constance Moore, and released by Universal Pictures. In 1966, the film entered the public domain (in the USA) due to the Universal Pictures failure to renew its copyright registration in the 28th year after publication.
A district attorney (William) realizes that his own wife (Patrick) might be having an affair while he is prosecuting a cuckolded murderer.
Wives Under Suspicion is a remake of a film also directed by Whale, The Kiss Before the Mirror (1933). Ralph Morgan, brother of Frank Morgan, who plays the prosecutor in The Kiss Before the Mirror, appears in the remake.
- Warren William as District Attorney Jim Stowell
- Gail Patrick as Lucy Stowell
- Constance Moore as Elizabeth
- William Lundigan as Phil
- Ralph Morgan as Professor Shaw MacAllen
- Cecil Cunningham as "Sharpy"
- Samuel S. Hinds as David Marrow
- Milburn Stone as Eddie Kirk
- Lillian Yarbo as Creola
- Jonathan Hale as Dan Allison
- Wives Under Suspicion at the Internet Movie Database
- Wives Under Suspicion is available for free download at the Internet Archive
- Wives Under Suspicion at AllMovie
- Wives Under Suspicion complete film on YouTube
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