Woman Hungry (film)
|Directed by||Clarence G. Badger|
|Written by||Howard Estabrook
based on the play by William Vaughn Moody
Charles Edgar Schoenbaum(aka Charles Schoenbaum)
|Edited by||Alexander Hall|
|Distributed by||First National Pictures
A Subsidiary of Warner Bros.
|Running time||65 min.|
Woman Hungry is a 1931 musical western film photographed entirely in Technicolor. It was based on the play The Great Divide (from 1906) which was written by William Vaughn Moody. The story was filmed as a silent by MGM in 1925 as The Great Divide and as an early silent/sound hybrid by First National also called The Great Divide.
- Sidney Blackmer - Geoffrey Brand
- Lila Lee - Judith Temple
- Raymond Hatton - Joac
- Fred Kohler - Kampen
- Kenneth Thomson - Leonard Temple
- Olive Tell - Betty Temple
- David Newell - Dr. Neil Cranford
- Tom Dugan - Same Beeman
- Blanche Friderici - Mrs. Temple
- J. Farrell MacDonald - Buzzard
This film is believed to be a lost film. No prints are known to exist.
- The American Film Institute Catalog Feature Films: 1931-40 by The American Film Institute, c.1993
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