Man and Woman (film)

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Man and Woman
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Directed by Charles Logue, B.A. Rolfe
Written by Charles Logue
Starring Diana Allen, Joe King, Eddie Sturgis
Cinematography Gene O'Donnell, Conrad Wells
Production
company
A.H. Fischer Features Inc.
Distributed by Sherman Productions Corporation
Release date
  • November 15, 1920 (1920-11-15)
Running time
6 reels
Country United States
Language Silent (English intertitles)

Man and Woman is a 1920 American silent drama film produced by A. H. Fischer, Inc. Directors were Charles Logue and B. A. Rolfe with Gene O'Donnell and Conrad Wells (as A. Fried) as cinematographers. Logue wrote the story and the screenplay.

Plot[edit]

A young Civil engineer builds a bridge that later collapses which causes him to mentally collapse. He retreats to a South Pacific Ocean island and becomes a beachcomber. Later one of his former engineering supervisors comes to the island with his daughter to repair a lighthouse. She bets the local Governor that she can dress up a beach bum to pass as a society swell. She picks the young former engineer. He decides to teach her a lesson and takes her to a leprosy colony where she is "treated like dirt". She learns her lesson and her father gives him a job at the lighthouse.

Cast[edit]

  • Diana Allen as Diana Murdock
  • Joe King as Joe
  • Eddie Sturgis as The Flash
  • John L. Shine as Greasy
  • Tatjana Irrah as The Duchess
  • Eleanor Cozzat as The Waif
  • G. H. Carlyle as The Beast
  • A.C. Milar as Murdock
  • Gordon Standing as Bradley
  • James Alling as Bishop Graham
  • Herbert Standing as Governor-General
  • Pat Jennings as The First Mate
  • Dorothea Fischer as Perkins
  • Pat Fischer as Perkins
  • Harry F. Millarde

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