The Prude's Fall

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The Prude's Fall
Directed by Graham Cutts
Produced by Michael Balcon
Written by Rudolph Besier (play)
May Edginton (play)
Alfred Hitchcock
Starring Jane Novak
Julanne Johnston
Warwick Ward
Cinematography Hal Young
Distributed by Wardour Films
Release date
23 November 1925
Country United Kingdom
Language Silent
English intertitles

The Prude's Fall is a 1925 British silent drama film directed by Graham Cutts and starring Jane Novak, Julanne Johnston and Warwick Ward.[1]

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.

It was not very well regarded. Iris Barry's review in the Daily Mail ran as follows: "An English picture, not of first-rate quality, but with an interesting cast."[2]




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  2. ^ Daily Mail, 23 November 1925, p. 6.

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