~1-5: Percy Maramont & Corinne Griffith~
~1-110: Corinne Griffith~
~Plot Synopsis~
A few days after his marriage to the beautiful Violet Bancroft, Sir Arthur Little is sent on a military
mission to Cairo; he devotes himself to hard work and she turns to young Ronald Perry, her
husband's secretary, for warmth and companionship. Violet and Ronald fall in love, and Violet,
believing her position to be untenable, confesses her infatuation to Arthur and begs him to assign
Ronald to another post. Arthur refuses, reminding Violet that "Caesar's wife must be above
suspicion." Arthur is called away to dine with the khedive, and Violet learns that there is a plot
against his life. She runs after him through the crowded streets and finds his carriage in time to
prevent his assassination. Violet realizes then the depth of her love for Arthur and puts young Perry
out of her mind.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: Irving Cummings

Based on the play Caesar's Wife by W. Somerset Maugham (London, 27
Mar 1919).

Corinne Griffith ...Violet Bancroft
Percy Marmont ...Sir Arthur Little
Malcolm McGregor ...Ronald Perry
Warner Oland ...Osman Pasha
Clarissa Selwynne ...Lady Ethridge
Leota Lorraine ...Ronny's Sister
Claire Du Brey ...Pasha's Wife
Martha Mattox ...Mrs. Pritchard
Howard Davies ...Khedive
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Corinne Griffith Productions

Distribution Company: First National Pictures

Executive Producer: Corinne Griffith
Cinematography by: Harold Rosson

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 Minutes
Released: December 27, 1925