~The World at Her Feet~
Directed by: Luther Reed

Written by: Louise Long
Adaptation: Doris Anderson
Titles: George Marion Jr.

Based on a play by Georges Berr & Louis Verneuil

Florence Vidor ... Jane Randall
Arnold Kent ... Richard Randall
Margaret Quimby ... Alma Pauls
Richard Tucker ... Dr. H.G. Pauls
William Austin ... Det. Hall
David Torrence ... Client
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation

Distribution Company: Paramount Studios

Produced by: B.P. Schulberg
Cinematography by: Harry Fischbeck
Presented by: Jesse L. Lasky & Adolph Zukor

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: May 14, 1927
~Plot Synopsis~
A French play by Georges Berr and Henri Verneuil was the source for Paramount's The World at Her
Feet. The ever-glamorous Florence Vidor stars as the wife of busy businessman Richard Tucker. In a
reversal of the usual situation, it is the wife, not the husband, who is the neglectful one. As hubby sits
at home twiddling his thumbs, Vidor starts her own prosperous business, becoming so absorbed that
she has no time for anything else. Not unexpectedly, Tucker begins keeping time with a gorgeous
blonde, whereupon Vidor wins back her mate by simultaneously inaugurating an affair with the
blonde's husband. Realizing that she's been wrong all along, Vidor vows to be a more attentive spouse
in the future.

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com