Madame Sherry
Directed by: Ralph Dean

Written by:
Otto A. Harbach - play

Based on the musical comedy Madame Sherry , book by Otto Hauerbach,
music by Karl Hoschna (New York, 30 Aug 1910).

Gertrude McCoy ... Yvonne Sherry
Frank O'Connor ... Edward Sherry (as Frank L.A. O'Connor)
H.J. Quealy ... Theophilus Sherry
Jean Stuart ... Pepita
Alphie James ... Catherine Al
Lucy Carter ... Lulu
Jack Mundy ... Phillippe
Alfred Deery ... Undetermined Role
Robert Homans ... Undetermined Role
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Authors' Film Company
Distribution Company: M.H. Hoffman Inc.

Cinematography by: David W. Gobbett         

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Released: September 1, 1917
~Plot Synopsis~
Periodically, Edward Sherry has received sums of money from his uncle Theophilus, because he made
his uncle believe that he had a wife and children. When Theophilus comes to visit with his niece
Yvonne (Gertrude McCoy), who has just left a convent, Edward hires a wife and borrows children to
perpetuate the ruse. After many mix-ups, Theophilus invites everyone on a yacht trip. Although a
confession from Edward becomes necessary after further complications, love mends all ill feelings
and brings happiness to everyone.

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~Gladys McCoy at far right~
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Notice the stairs that go nowhere!
~Gertrude McCoy (center, hugging actor)~
~Gertrude McCoy (center)~
~Gertrude McCoy peaking around actor~
Notice lack of ceiling!
~Gertrude McCoy at piano~
~Gertrude sitting in front~
Again - no ceiling!