Starring Isabel Jeans, Franklin Dyall, Eric Bransby Williams, Ian Hunter, Robin Irvine and Violet Farebrother, "Easy Virtue" is 1928 Drama film directed by Alfred Hitchcock, and written by Eliot Stannard (scenario).
Who is the director of "Easy Virtue":
Easy Virtue was directed by Alfred Hitchcock, an English director, actor, producer, and writer.
Before making Easy Virtue, Alfred Hitchcock had directed Downhill, released in 1927, The Ring (1927), The Lodger (1927), The Mountain Eagle (1926), Number 13 (1922). Since, he directed The Farmer's Wife, released in 1928, Champagne (1928), Blackmail (1929), The Manxman (1929), Elstree Calling (1930), and Murder! (1930).
What was the release date of "Easy Virtue":
Easy Virtue was first released in 1928, in the United States.. This is Today.
It has been released on Monday, March 05, 1928 in the United Kingdom.
What is the cast of "Easy Virtue":
At the casting of Easy Virtue we find Isabel Jeans, previously seen in Downhill (1927) and The Triumph of the Rat (1926); Franklin Dyall (); Eric Bransby Williams () [ more... ]
- Violet Farebrother and Isabel Jeans, Ian Hunter, Robin Irvine also appeared in Downhill, released in 1927.
- Ian Hunter and Isabel Jeans also appeared in Secrets of an Actress, released in 1938.
What is the Storyline of "Easy Virtue":
The heroine Larita (Isabel Jeans) is married to a drunken brute. After he catches her almost being seduced by the artist who has been painting her picture, he brings suit for divorce on the grounds of adultery. Since she is now a disgraced woman of "easy virtue", Larita takes to the French Riviera where she meets and marries a rich younger man, John Whittaker (Robin Irvine). She does not tell him about her past and they return to England to meet his family. His mother strongly disapproves of her, suspecting [...]
No message has yet been posted about Easy Virtue.
Start a Topic
Resources: Gainsborough British Instructional, Gainsborough Pictures, Wikipedia and contributions from movie fans. Anyone can submit additionnal information and corrections, you can post a message into the forum, or you can contact me by e-mail. Information and materials are submitted by users and thus may not always contain up-to-date and correct information, so do not hesite to report mistakes, and submit corrections.Thank you!. Direct editing is no longer available, sorry.