~Don't Neglect Your Wife~
~Promotional photograph from The California Theater
promoting the screening of "Don't Neglect Your Wife," for
the week of April 17th, 1921~
~Plot Synopsis~
In 1876 Dr. Howard Talbot (Charles Clary) and his beautiful wife, Madeline (Mabel Julienne Scott),
move in the best circles of San Francisco society, but when neglected by her husband she seeks the
friendship of brilliant young newspaperman Langdon Masters (Lewis Stone). Realizing where their
mutual love is leading them, they decide to part; and scandal provokes Talbot to ask Masters to leave
town. Abandoning his career, Masters drifts to New York's notorious "Five Points," where he becomes
an alcoholic. In despair, Madeline leaves her husband and obtains a divorce; then, with the help of a
mutual friend, she reclaims Masters from his degradation.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: Wallace Worsley

Written by:
Gertrude Atherton - story
Louis Sherwin - writer

Mabel Julienne Scott ...  Madeline
Lewis Stone ...  Langdon Masters
Charles Clary ...  Dr. Howard Talbot
Kate Lester ...  Mrs. Hunt McLane
Arthur Hoyt ...  Ben Travers
Josephine Crowell ...  Mrs. Abott
Darrell Foss ...  Holt
Norma Gordon ...  Sybyl Geary
Richard Tucker ...  George Geary
R.D. MacLean ...  Mr. Hunt McLane
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Goldwyn Pictures Company

Produced by: Samuel Goldwyn
Cinematography by: Don Short
Assistant Director: A. Channing Edington
Supervisor: Wallace Worsley

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: July 31, 1921