Slander the Woman

The White Frontier (Working title)

Directed by: Allen Holubar, USA, 1923

USA, 1923
Plakatmotiv Slander the Woman, © Holubar Pictures

Cast and Credits

Production Allen Holubar Pictures
Distribution Associated First National Pictures, Incorporated
Producer Allen Holubar
Production Supervisor James O'Shea [Business Manager]
Director Allen Holubar
Assistant Director Harold S. Bucquet [(as Harry Bucquet)]
Scenario Violet Clark
Allen Holubar
Tay Garnett
Story Jeffrey Deprend [(as Jeffry De Prend)]
Director of Photography Byron Haskin
Frank Kesson
Camera Assistant Gordon Jennings
Editor Frank Lawrence
Auditor Frank Lawrence [Auditor]
Cast Dorothy Phillips [Yvonne Desmarest]
Lewis Dayton [Monsieur Duroacher]
Robert Anderson [Dr. Emile Molleur]
Mayme Kelso [Nanette]
George Siegmann [Scarborough]
Ynez Seabury [Indian Girl]
Herbert Fortier [Father Machette]
Cyril Chadwick [Monsieur Lemond]
Gino Corrado [Tetreau, the Guide (as Geno Corrado)]
Gino Corrado [Marie Desplanes]
William Orlamond [The Stranger]
Robert Schable [Monsieur Redoux]
Rosemary Theby [Madame Redoux]
Richard Headrick
Brinsley Shaw

Technical specifications
Locations or Studios: United Studios; Truckee; Montreal
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,33 - Ratio: 1:1,33 - Black and White,, 6400 feet, 7 reels
Sound System: silent
First Screening: April 16, 1923 in USA
US Copyright: April 24, 1923 - ©LP.18889
Survival Status: No holdings located in archives
Szenenphoto aus Slander the Woman, © Holubar Pictures

Szenenphoto aus Slander the Woman, © Holubar Pictures
Szenenphoto aus Slander the Woman, © Holubar Pictures

General Information

Slander the Woman is a motion picture produced in the year 1923 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Allen Holubar, with Dorothy Phillips, Lewis Dayton, Robert Anderson, Mayme Kelso, George Siegmann, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Slander the Woman available.

Bibliography - Bloomfield Independent Press, 1923/24
- Camera! September 9, 1922, pg 17
- Camera! October 9, 1922, pg 15
- Camera! October 28, 1922, pg 17
- Camera! November 4, 1922, pg 4
- Camera! November 25, 1922, pp 44, 44c
- Camera! January 13, 1923, pg 10
- Camera! January 20, 1923, pg 16
- Camera! January 27, 1923, pg 14
- Exhibitor's Trade Review, June 9, 1923, pg 75
- The Motion Picture News, March 3, 1923, pp 1037, 1090
- The Motion Picture News, March 31, 1923, pg 1558
- The Moving Picture World, January 20, 1923, pg 262
- Picture Play Magazine, May 1923, pp 85, 100
- Picture Play Magazine, September 1923, pg 58
- Picture-Play Magazine, October 1923, pg 86
- The Richmond Hill Record, August 10, 1923
- The Story World and Photodramatist, August 1923, pg 84
- Wid's Film Daily, June 3, 1923, pg 55

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