Lonesome Corners (1922)

Comedy-drama | 23 April 1922

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Release Date:
23 April 1922
Copyright Claimant:
Playgoers Pictures
Copyright Date:
11 April 1922
Copyright Number:
LU17744
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5-6
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Henry Warburton, who is compelled to wait 9 years before coming into a willed inheritance, retires to the backwoods and marries Nola, a girl with no refinement or social graces. At length, his friend Grant Hamilton visits him, sees in Nola possibilities to which Warburton is blind, and "kidnaps" her. Hiding in a cottage, Nola is educated by Hamilton and a governess while Warburton searches in vain for her, mystified by frequent notes advising him of her progress, the last of which tells him of a daughter's birth. A year later, Warburton returns to New York where he meets Hamilton and Nola; amazed at the transformation, he is happily reunited with his ... +


Henry Warburton, who is compelled to wait 9 years before coming into a willed inheritance, retires to the backwoods and marries Nola, a girl with no refinement or social graces. At length, his friend Grant Hamilton visits him, sees in Nola possibilities to which Warburton is blind, and "kidnaps" her. Hiding in a cottage, Nola is educated by Hamilton and a governess while Warburton searches in vain for her, mystified by frequent notes advising him of her progress, the last of which tells him of a daughter's birth. A year later, Warburton returns to New York where he meets Hamilton and Nola; amazed at the transformation, he is happily reunited with his wife. +

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