Foolish Wives   (1922)

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Country | USA
Running Time | 117 Minutes
Type |
Language | English
Genres | Drama, Thriller
In Black and White
Production Dates | 1920-07-12 ~ 1921-06-15
Release Information

Directed by | Erich von Stroheim
Cinematography by | William H. Daniels, Ben F. Reynolds
Edited by | Arthur Lennig, Arthur Ripley

Starring ~ Rudolph Christians, Miss DuPont, Maude George

Sound Systems
Editing System
Finishing System
Directed by
Cinematography by
Edited by
Editor Film Editor
Written by
Story And Scenario
Produced by
Original Music by
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
Assistant Director
Assistant Director (as Edward A. Sowders)
Assistant Director (uncredited)
Camera & Electrical Department
Illumination And Lighting Effects (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Assistant Editor (uncredited)
Assistant Editor (uncredited)
Assistant Editor (uncredited)
Supervising Editor (uncredited)
Art Department
Architect (as Capt. Richard Day)
Scenic Artist (uncredited)
Music Department
Music Composed By
Conductor: Premiere
Andrew J. Hughes - U.S. Special-Envoy To Monaco
Helen - His Wife (as Miss Dupont)
Her Highness - Princess Olga Petchnikoff
Her Cousin - Princess Vera Petchnikoff
Their Cousin - Count Sergius Karamzin - Capt. 3rd Hussars Imper. Russian Army (as Erich Von Stroheim)
Maruschka - A Maid
Pavel Pavlich - A Butler (as Al Edmondson)
Cesare Ventucci - A Counterfeiter
Marietta - His Half-witted Daughter (as Malvine Polo)
Albert 1 - Prince Of Monaco
Monk (uncredited)
Andrew J. Hughes (uncredited)
Bit Role (uncredited)
Mother Garoupe (uncredited)
Rude Soldier / Armless Soldier (uncredited)
Extra (uncredited)
Dr. Judd's Wife (uncredited)
Actress (uncredited)
Crippled Girl (uncredited)
Secretary Of State Of Monaco (uncredited)
Dr. Judd (uncredited)
Additional Crew Members
Publicity Chief
Double: Rudolph Christians
Research Assistant
Assistant: Mr. Stroheim
Technical Director
Technical Director
Technical Director
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