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ETR
11 Jan 19
p. 513.
MPN
18 Jan 19
p. 449.
MPN
21 Dec 18
p. 1385.
MPW
4 May 18
p. 743.
Variety
17 Jan 19
p. 52.
Wid's
19 Jan 19
pp. 9-10.
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Release Date:
29 December 1918
Copyright Claimant:
William Fox
Copyright Date:
29 December 1918
Copyright Number:
LP13211
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

After Lola Dupre's lover, Philip Whitney, abandons her, she becomes a famous opera singer and marries the wealthy Senator Fitzmaurice. Lola's fame rekindles Philip's passion for her, but when she scorns him, he threatens to reveal her past unless she provides him with money and jewels. Philip wins the affection of the senator's daughter Marie and asks her to marry him, although he continues to flirt with Lola. On the night Philip plans to elope with Marie, he insults and attacks Lola in her room, and in the struggle, she stabs him. Marie, who later is seen bending over the body, is accused of the murder, but Lola confesses. At the trial, her plea that "a woman's honor is her life" wins Lola her freedom, and she and the senator begin a new ... +


After Lola Dupre's lover, Philip Whitney, abandons her, she becomes a famous opera singer and marries the wealthy Senator Fitzmaurice. Lola's fame rekindles Philip's passion for her, but when she scorns him, he threatens to reveal her past unless she provides him with money and jewels. Philip wins the affection of the senator's daughter Marie and asks her to marry him, although he continues to flirt with Lola. On the night Philip plans to elope with Marie, he insults and attacks Lola in her room, and in the struggle, she stabs him. Marie, who later is seen bending over the body, is accused of the murder, but Lola confesses. At the trial, her plea that "a woman's honor is her life" wins Lola her freedom, and she and the senator begin a new life. +

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