Not Rated | | Drama
When two childhood sweethearts are kept from marrying, misery ensues.
Michael Arlen's 1924 novel was turned into a play of the same title, "The Green Hat". It opened on Broadway at the Broadhurst Theatre, 235 W. 44th St., on September 25, 1925 and ran for 231 performances.
If you loved me, Neville - you'd marry me now - before you go.
Neville: There's something more than love, Diana - - there's pride, honor. You're rich - I'm poor. I couldn't live on your money.
Diana: Suppose I said I wouldn't wait - - that I'd marry David Furness? ...
When Diana-as-a-little-girl rides her bike into the tree, you can clearly see the cut where the little girl (with short legs and her foot off the pedal) becomes the stunt-double (with long legs and her foot on the pedal).
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer also released this picture as a totally silent movie.