Every Woman’s Problem

In 1921 Mothers of Men resurfaced, this time under a new title, Every Woman’s Problem. Nat Levine (producer and former employee of Lowes Theater) purchased the film and attempted to exploit it once again. He re-titled the picture as Every Woman’s Problem, most likely because just one year before a film based on a popular WWI novel was released under the title Mothers of Men.  

Nat Levine was able to continue to find an audience for this film, which screened thru 1923.