~The Wife Who Wasn't Wanted~
Directed by: James Flood

Written by: Bess Meredyth

Irene Rich ... Mrs. John Mannering
Huntley Gordon ... John Mannering (as Huntly Gordon)
John Harron ... Bob Mannering
Gayne Whitman ... Jerome Wallace
June Marlowe ... Mary Paterson
Don Alvarado ... Theo
Edward Peil Sr. ... 'Slick' Jennings (as Edward Piel)
George Kuwa ... Japanese Servant
James Quinn ... Simi (as Jimmie Quinn)
Wilfred Lucas ... Judge Bledsoe
Gertrude Astor ... Greta
George C. Pearce ... Editor (as George Pearce)
Elinor Fair ... Diane
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Warner Bros.

Cinematography by: John J. Mescall
Assistant Director: James Townsend
Additional Photographer: Bert Shipman

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 Minutes
Released: September 8, 1925
~Plot Synopsis~
Young Bob Mannering (John Harron) is out for a ride with his fast-living pals when they're involved
in a car accident which kills a woman. Even though Diane Graham (Elinor Faire) was driving the car,
she accuses Bob of being behind the wheel. Bob's father, John (Huntley Gordon), is the district
attorney and he feels he is duty-bound to prosecute his son. His wife, Eileen (Irene Rich), vehemently
disagrees and goes to his rival, Jerry Wallace (Gayne Whitman), to plan a scandal which will force her
husband out of office. The plan backfires when Mannering finds Eileen in Wallace's apartment. He
denounces her and the couple separate. Eileen stays at a hotel where she finds Diane, who confesses
that she was driving the car when the woman was killed. The two women escape a forest fire and they
get Bob released. Eileen and her husband reconcile.

Plot Synopsis by Janiss Garza, AllMovie.com
~W-5: John Harron & Irene Rich~