The Satin Woman

The Satin Woman (1927)

Dorothy Reid -- who before her marriage to ill-fated screen idol Wallace Reid was better known as Dorothy Davenport -- was both producer and star of Satin Woman. After the death of her husband from drug abuse in 1923, Davenport dedicated herself to helping others avoid the pitfalls of modern life by turning out a series of cautionary film fables. In Satin Woman, she endeavored to warn society women not to neglect their families for the sake of fads, foibles, and handsome younger men.

Writing:
  • Walter Lang
Directing:
  • Walter Lang
  • Views: 2
  • Release Date: 1927-07-24
  • Language: English
  • Country: US
  • Runtime: 70

Dorothy Davenport

Mrs. Jean Taylor (as Mrs. Wallace Reid)

Rockliffe Fellowes

George Taylor

Alice White

Jean Taylor

John Miljan

Maurice

Ethel Wales

'Countess' Debris
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