Time, the Comedian (1925)

Drama | 8 November 1925

Director:

Robert Z. Leonard

Cinematographer:

Oliver T. Marsh

Production Company:

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.
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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Exhibitors Trade Review
19 Dec 1915
p. 20.
Film Daily
20 Dec 1925.
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Motion Picture News
26 Dec 1925
p. 3205.
Variety
16 Dec 1925
p. 39.
DETAILS
Release Date:
8 November 1925
Copyright Claimant:
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Copyright Date:
7 December 1925
Copyright Number:
LP22122
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,757
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Nora Dakon, bored with the dullness of her life in a small New Jersey town, leaves her husband and small daughter and runs off with Larry Brundage, a wealthy New York sportsman. Nora's husband kills himself, and, to avoid scandal, Brundage walks out on Nora. She returns to her child and, as the years pass, becomes a noted singer. She goes to live in Paris and, at a party to celebrate the Armistice, again meets Brundage, who falls madly in love with her daughter, Ruth. To break up a proposed marriage, Nora is forced to tell Ruth of her tragic relationship with Brundage years before. Ruth leaves Brundage and soon finds consolation in the love of Tom Cautley, a young art ... +


Nora Dakon, bored with the dullness of her life in a small New Jersey town, leaves her husband and small daughter and runs off with Larry Brundage, a wealthy New York sportsman. Nora's husband kills himself, and, to avoid scandal, Brundage walks out on Nora. She returns to her child and, as the years pass, becomes a noted singer. She goes to live in Paris and, at a party to celebrate the Armistice, again meets Brundage, who falls madly in love with her daughter, Ruth. To break up a proposed marriage, Nora is forced to tell Ruth of her tragic relationship with Brundage years before. Ruth leaves Brundage and soon finds consolation in the love of Tom Cautley, a young art student. +

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