The World and the Woman
|The World and the Woman|
|Produced by||Edwin Thanhouser|
William C. deMille
Thomas A. Curran
Golden Rooster Plays
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
The Woman and the World is a 1916 American silent drama film starring Jeanne Eagels as a prostitute who seeks a second chance in the countryside. It was based on the 1914 play Outcast starring Elsie Ferguson. It was remade in 1922 as Outcast, starring Ferguson; in 1928 with Corinne Griffith, also titled Outcast; and with Bette Davis in 1935 as The Girl from 10th Avenue.
The film is available on DVD.
- Jeanne Eagels as A Woman of the Streets
- Boyd Marshall as The Man
- Thomas A. Curran as James Palmer
- Grace DeCarlton as Mrs. Jim Rollins
- Wayne Arey as Jim Rollins
- Carey L. Hastings as Anna Graham
- Ethelmary Oakland as Sunny
- "The Woman and the World". thanhouser.org. Retrieved August 25, 2010.
- Outcast as performed on Broadway beginning November 2, 1914; from the IBDB.com database
- The World and the Woman at the silentera.com database
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