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|When a Man Loves|
|Directed by||Chester Bennett|
|Written by||Richard Schayer |
H.H. Van Loan
|Starring||Earle Williams |
|Distributed by||Vitagraph Company of America|
|December 5, 1919|
When a Man Loves is a 1919 American silent drama film directed by Chester Bennett and starring Earle Williams, Tom Guise and Margaret Loomis. A young Englishman visits Tokyo and falls in love with a Japanese woman who he marries, but obstacles are presented by a jealous Englishwoman who hoped to marry him and the disapproval of his aristocrat father when he returns to Britain.
- Earle Williams as John Howard Bannister
- Tom Guise as Lord Bannister
- Margaret Loomis as Yuri San
- Edward McWade as Takamura
- Margaret McWade as Yaki
- John Elliott as Sir Robert Eastbourne
- George Hale as Ando Masuki
- Jean Calhoun as Gladys Lees
- William Buckley as Martin Bradley
- Lillian Langdon as Lady Balfour
- Soister, Nicolella & Joyce p.12
- Soister, John T., Nicolella, Henry & Joyce, Steve. American Silent Horror, Science Fiction and Fantasy Feature Films, 1913-1929. McFarland, 2014.
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