The Farmer's Wife

The Farmer's Wife is a 1928 British silent romantic comedy film directed by Alfred Hitchcock, starring Jameson Thomas, Lillian Hall-Davis and Gordon Harker. It is adapted from a 1916 play of the same name by British novelist, Eden Phillpotts, best known for a series of novels based on Dartmoor, in Devon.

After his daughter weds, a middle-aged widower with a profitable farm decides to remarry, but finds choosing a suitable mate a problematic process.