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A Woman of the World (1925) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Malcolm St. Clair and produced by Famous Players-Lasky.

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Video: A Woman of the World (1925) A Silent Movie Review

By Fritzi Kramer on Jul 11, 2014 From Movies Silently

By Fritzi Kramer on July 11, 2014 in Video Review 2 Available on DVD. A gender-reversed version of The Taming of the Shrew with feminist overtones and starring Pola Negri? Yes, please! This Roaring Twenties dramedy casts Pola as a chain-smoking, tattoo-getting, couture-wearing countess who takes a ... Read full article

Fun Size Review: A Woman of the World (1925)

By Movies, Silently on Apr 14, 2013 From Movies Silently

Pola Negri and her offending cigarette. Pola Negri is a the Countess. She got dumped right after getting a tattoo of the guy’s family crest. Off she goes to the Midwest to forget. Scandal! Makeup? Tattoos? Smoking? Next thing you know, women will want?jobs too! Holmes Herbert, local morals cru... Read full article

Lemme see your tattoo… A Woman of the World Animated GIF

By Movies, Silently on Feb 9, 2013 From Movies Silently

An animated GIF from A Woman of the World, Pola Negri’s uproarious vamp comedy and the current feature of the month. Back in 1926, there was simply not a whole lot of tattooing going on with the fair sex. The look on Pola’s face is priceless. Dedicated to all you inked ladies out there.... Read full article

A Woman of the World (1925) A Silent Film Review

By Movies, Silently on Jan 31, 2013 From Movies Silently

A glamorous European countess meets small town America and it’s a novel experience for both. Tongues wag, the gentlemen preen and the town’s moral crusader finds himself unpleasantly in love. Pretend for a moment that you are a motion picture producer of the 1920?s. You have secured the ... Read full article

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