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|My Neighbor's Wife|
|Directed by||Clarence Geldart|
|Based on||short story The Other Man's Wife by James Oliver Curwood|
|Produced by||Clifford S. Elfelt|
|Starring||E. K. Lincoln|
|Distributed by||State Rights|
|May 21, 1925|
|Language||Silent ...English titles|
My Neighbor's Wife is a surviving 1925 silent film comedy directed by Clarence Geldart and starring E. K. Lincoln and Helen Ferguson. It was released on a State's Rights by Davis Distributing Division.
- E. K. Lincoln - Jack Newberry
- Helen Ferguson - Florence Keaton
- Edwards Davis - Mr. Keaton
- Herbert Rawlinson - Allen Allwright
- William Russell - Eric von Greed, film director
- William Bailey - Greed's assistant
- Chester Conklin - Cameraman
- Tom Santschi - Inventor
- Mildred Harris - Inventor's Wife
- Douglas Gerrard - Bertie
- Margaret Loomis - Kathlyn Jordan
- Ralph Faulkner - William Jordan
- Philippe De Lacy - William Jordan Jr.
- The film is preserved at Cinematheque Quebecoise, Montreal.
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