Her Husband’s Trademark 100 years old

James Berkeley (who wants to get rich) and Allan Franklin (determined to be a great engineer) are rivals for the hand of Lois Miller. Berkeley marries her, and 15 years later, though he has not realized his ambition, he keeps his wife luxuriously attired as a "trademark" of his prosperity. Allan, who has obtained a large tract of oil land from the Mexican Government, visits the Berkeleys; and James, hoping to profit from his wealth, goes to Mexico with him, accompanied by Lois, who unwillingly agrees to help her husband. When Allan and Lois realize their love for each other, James, refusing to become angry, is denounced by his wife. A band of Mexican bandits attempt to capture Lois, and in the attack James is slain. Allan rescues Lois, and they escape across the border.

Credits

Her Husband’s Trademark Cast

Name Character
Gloria Swanson She was 22, 84 years old when she died as Lois Miller
Lucien Littlefield He was 26, 64 years old when he died as Slithy Winters
Stuart Holmes He was 37, 87 years old when he died as James Berkeley
James Neill He was 61, 70 years old when he died as Henry Strom
Edythe Chapman She was 58, 85 years old when she died as Mother Berkeley
Charles Ogle He was 124, 43 years old when he died as Father Berkeley

Her Husband’s Trademark Crew

Name Department
Clara Beranger as Writer. She was 36 (70) years old when She died Writing
Sam Wood as Director. He was 38 (66) years old when He died Directing
Alfred Gilks as Cinematography. He was 30 (78) years old when He died Crew
Jesse L. Lasky as Producer. Jesse L. Lasky was 41 (77) years old when Jesse L. Lasky died Production
Lorna Moon as Writer. She was 36 (44) years old when She died Writing
Her Husband’s Trademark poster
Her Husband’s Trademark (100 years)

  • Release day: Wednesday, February 01, 1922