|Gloria Swanson||Lady Mary Lasenby|
|Lila Lee||Tweeny, the scullery maid|
|Raymond Hatton||Honorable Ernest 'Ernie' Wolley|
|Thomas Meighan||Crichton, the butler|
|Theodore Roberts||Lord Loam|
|Robert Cain||Lord Brockelhurst|
|Bebe Daniels||The king's favorite|
|Julia Faye||Susan - maid #2|
|Rhy Darby||Lady Eileen Duncraigie|
|Mildred Reardon||Lady Agatha 'Aggie' Lasenby|
|Wesley E. Barry|
|Clarence Burton||Yacht captain|
|Kamuela Searle||Pilot of Lord Loam's Yacht|
|Producer||Cecil B. DeMille
"Lavishly staged, skillfully directed. It is a remarkable movie."
Cecil B. DeMille's breakthrough production, a satire on class distinctions. Based on James M. Barrie's play "The Admirable Crichton," Male and Female made a star of Gloria Swanson and solidified DeMille's standing as a big box office director with one of his more modest, but no less "big" silent classics.