The Prude's Fall
|The Prude's Fall|
|Directed by||Graham Cutts|
|Produced by||Michael Balcon|
|Written by||Rudolph Besier (play) |
May Edginton (play)
|Starring||Jane Novak |
|Distributed by||Wardour Films|
|23 November 1925|
The film was shot at Islington Studios. It was an adaptation of a play by Rudolph Besier and May Edington with the screenplay written by Alfred Hitchcock. Its German title is Seine zweite Frau. It was also known by the alternative title of Dangerous Virtue.
- Jane Novak as Beatrice Audley
- Julanne Johnston as Sonia Roubetsky
- Warwick Ward as Andre le Briquet
- Hugh Miller as Marquis de Rocqueville
- Gladys Jennings as Laura Westonry
- Miles Mander as Sir Neville Moreton
- Henry Vibart as Dean Carey
- Marie Ault as Mrs Masters
- Daily Mail, 23 November 1925, p. 6.
- Chapman, Gary. London's Hollywood: The Gainsborough Studio in the Silent Years. Edditt, 2014.
- Maurice Yacowar & Barry Keith Grant. Hitchcock's British Films. Wayne State University Press, 2010.
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