About the film
The Mad Marriage
Release Date: January 31, 1921
|Slogan||:||«IS YOUR HUSBAND YOUR CAREER? IF HE IS, SEE "THE MAD MARRIAGE". IF HE ISN'T-DON'T LET HIM SEE IT.»|
|Production Companies||:||Universal Film Manufacturing Company|
|Director||:||Rollin S. Sturgeon|
|Writers||:||Marion Fairfax, Marjorie Benton Cooke|
Struggling Greenwich Village artist Jerry, marries studio helper, Jane Judd, who is an aspiring playwright, knowing that she will not interfere with his work. She takes part in a pageant for which Jerry designs the costumes and attracts the attention of Christiansen, a young playwright with whom she works secretly on a play. After the birth of their child, Jerry and Jane become closer, but he is violently jealous of her accompanying Christiansen to the successful opening of his play and offers her a divorce. However, the illness of their child brings them back together.