Unfaithful (1931)

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Unfaithful (1931)

In this society drama set in contemporary England, a noblewoman pretends to be an adulteress in order to protect her sister-in-law, who actually is.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            
USA
IMDb  6.5 /10
Creators
Director John Cromwell
Writer Eve Unsell
Writer John Van Druten
Information
Release Date1931-03-14
Runtime1h 25mins
GenreDrama, Romance
Content Rating
Awards
CompanyParamount Pictures
CountryUSA
LanguageEnglish
Lady Fay Kilkerry
Carl Heiden
Ronald Killkerry
Terry Houston
Auntie Janie
Leslie Palmer
Leslie Palmer
Jeffries
Bruce Warren
Bruce Warren
Steve
David Cavendish
David Cavendish
Gerald (as Dennis D'Auburn)
Ambrose Barker
Ambrose Barker
Tinker
Stella Moore
Stella Moore
Iris
George Jackson
George Jackson
Count Carini
Eric Kalkhurst
Eric Kalkhurst
Frank

Unfaithful (1931 film)

Unfaithful is a 1931 American Pre-Code drama film directed by John Cromwell, written by Eve Unsell and John Van Druten, and starring Ruth Chatterton, Paul Lukas, Paul Cavanagh, Juliette Compton, Donald Cook and Emily Fitzroy. It was released on March 14, 1931, by Paramount Pictures.


Plot

“A woman sacrifices her good name to save her brother from being disillusioned by his wife's unfaithfulness.”


Cast

  • Ruth Chatterton as Lady Fay Kilkerry
  • Paul Lukas as Colin Graham
  • Paul Cavanagh as Ronald Killkerry
  • Juliette Compton as Gemma Houston
  • Donald Cook as Terry Houston
  • Emily Fitzroy as Auntie Janie
  • Leslie Palmer as Jeffries
  • Syd Saylor as Buck
  • Bruce Warren as Steve
  • Arnold Lucy as Bishop
  • David Cavendish as Gerald
  • Ambrose Barker as Tinker
  • Stella Moore as Iris
  • George Jackson as Count Carini
  • Eric Kalkhurst as Frank
  • Douglas Gilmore as A Drunk
  • Jack Richardson as Armstrong
  • Donald MacKenzie as Inspector