All Woman (film)

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All Woman
All Woman (1918) - 1.jpg
Film still
Directed by Hobart Henley
Produced by Samuel Goldwyn
Written by E. Lloyd Sheldon (scenario)
Based on When Carey Came to Town
by Edith Barnard Delano
Cinematography Oliver T. Marsh
Distributed by Goldwyn Pictures
Release date
  • June 9, 1918 (1918-06-09)
Running time
6 reels
Country United States
Language Silent (English intertitles)

All Woman is a 1918 American comedy film directed by Hobart Henley and starring Mae Marsh and Jere Austin.[1] It is not known whether the film currently survives.[2]


As described in a film magazine,[3] Susan Sweeney (Marsh), employed in a doll factory, learns that she has inherited a hotel in a small town in the Adirondacks. Picturing the hotel as resembling the most palatial building she has ever seen, she and two girl friends set out for the new home. Consternation reigns supreme when the young women are taken to a ramshackle building, one-half vacant and the other half decorated with persons in various stages of inebriation. The sight of two motherless children prompts Sue to remain and before long she has transferred the place into a fairly decent hotel. She is able to put the bar out of business, reforms the village drunkard, plays Cupid, and wins the love of Austin Strong (Austin).



  1. ^ "All Woman". TCM. Retrieved 22 March 2014. 
  2. ^ Progressive Silent Film List: All Woman at
  3. ^ "Reviews: All Woman". Exhibitors Herald. New York City: Exhibitors Herald Company. 6 (25): 27–28. June 15, 1918. 

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