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The Bride's Play (1922) Poster

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Preserved by The Library of Congress in 2016. Restored print premiered at The State Theater in Culpeper, VA, on June 18, 2016.
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George Spink, who plays the butler, wrote a score for full orchestra for the premiere of this film, but it is apparently lost.
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The first of many films in which Marion Davies played a dual role, here playing Aileen Barrett in the modern story and Enid of Cashell in the medieval arc.
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Because the original story described Aileen as having a fair complexion and dark hair, Marion Davies wore a black wig. In the medieval arc as Enid, she wore an elaborate blonde wig.
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The DVD was produced in 2016 by Edward Lorusso with music by Ben Model.
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Marion Davies' 12th starring film since 1917.
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The title in the film's opening credits reads "The Bride's Play."
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Final film for Thea Talbot.
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