Soul Mates (film)
Soul Mates is a surviving 1925 American silent drama film directed by Jack Conway, based on the 1911 novel The Reason Why by Elinor Glyn. The movie was the second successful collaboration between Glyn and Conway.
|Directed by||Jack Conway|
|Written by||Joseph Farnham|
|Based on||The Reason Why|
by Elinor Glyn
|Cinematography||Oliver T. Marsh|
|Edited by||James C. McKay|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
Velma is a good little rich girl whose indomitable uncle orders her to wed Lord Tancred, a man she has never met. The same day, she becomes infatuated by a man she meets on the street, not knowing that it is Lord Tancred. When she finds out about his true identity, she becomes convinced he wants to marry her for monetary reasons. She feels betrayed and refuses to speek to him, until she makes an unusual discovery.
- Screenplay Info for Soul Mates (1925), Turner Classic Movies
- Progressive Silent Film List: Soul Mates at silentera.com
- Eames, John Douglas (1981), The MGM Story, p. 21
- Review summary The New York Times
- The Library of Congress/FIAF American Silent Feature Film Survival Catalog: Soul Mates
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