Always Tell Your Wife
|Always Tell Your Wife|
|Directed by||Hugh Croise
Alfred Hitchcock (uncredited)
Seymour Hicks (uncredited)
|Produced by||Seymour Hicks|
|Written by||Hugh Croise
|Distributed by||Seymour Hicks Productions|
Always Tell Your Wife is a 1923 British short comedy film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and Seymour Hicks, after they took over from an ill Hugh Croise. Only one of the two reels are known to survive. It was a remake of the 1914 film of the same name.
- "Progressive Silent Film List: Always Tell Your Wife". Silent Era. Retrieved 25 March 2008.
- Always Tell Your Wife at the Internet Movie Database
- Always Tell Your Wife on Screenonline (BFI resource)
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