Man, Woman and Sin

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Man, Woman and Sin
Man, Woman and Sin 1927 film poster.jpg
Directed by Monta Bell
John Gilbert (uncredited)
Produced by Louis B. Mayer
Irving Thalberg
Written by Monta Bell (story; from John Masefield's The Widow in the Bye Street)
Alice D. G. Miller (scenario)
John Colton (intertitles)
Starring Jeanne Eagels
John Gilbert
Cinematography Percy Hilburn
Edited by Blanche Sewell
Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Release date
November 19, 1927
Running time
7 reels (6,280 feet)
Country United States
Language Silent film
(English intertitles)

Man, Woman and Sin (1927) is a silent film produced and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The film was directed by Monta Bell and John Gilbert, and stars Gilbert and stage actress Jeanne Eagels in one of her rare film appearances. The film is obscure but survives complete, but has yet to be released on VHS or DVD.[1]


Plot synopsis[edit]

Albert Whitcomb (Gilbert) is devoted to his mother (Brockwell). He lands a job as a cub reporter at a newspaper and becomes romantically entangled with the society editor, Vera Worth (Eagels). However, he does not realize that she is the mistress of the paper's owner, Bancroft (McDermott).


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