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Three Women (1924)





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A mother and daughter are victimized by a fortune-hunting heavy in this drama directed by Ersnt Lubitsch. George Lamont (Lew Cody) tries to woo the wealthy widow Mabel Wilton (Pauline Frederick) to be near her three-million-dollar fortune. When he discovers her daughter Jeanne (May McAvoy), George puts the daughter in a compromising position that forces her marriage to avoid a scandal. The groom soon proves his infidelity by making time with the vamp Harriet (Marie Prevost). Mabel exacts revenge and defends her daughter by shooting the villainous son-in-law in this drama co-starring Willard Louis, Pierre Gendron, Mary Carr, and Raymond McKee.


May McAvoy
as Jeanne Wilton
Pauline Frederick
as Mrs. Mabel Wilton
Lew Cody
as Edmund Lamont
Willard Louis
as Harvey Craig
Pierre Gendron
as Fred Armstrong
Mary Carr
as His mother
Raymond McKee
as Fred's friend
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All Critics (1) | Top Critics (1)

As the self-interested roué's plan kicks into high gear, the cynical comedy darkens to operatic drawing-room melodrama, but Lubitsch anchors the resulting violence with a piercing, subtle intimacy.

January 12, 2015 | Full Review…

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