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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
ETR
15 Jun 18
p. 121.
ETR
20 Jul 18
p. 588.
MPN
27 Jul 18
p. 644.
MPW
31 Aug 18
p. 320.
MPW
27 Jul 18
p. 588.
NYDM
27 Jul 18
p. 126.
Variety
2 Aug 18
p. 39.
Wid's
14 Jul 18
pp. 3-4.
DETAILS
Release Date:
14 July 1918
Copyright Claimant:
William Fox
Copyright Date:
14 July 1918
Copyright Number:
LP12660
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,644
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Marcia Calhoun, a talented but penniless singer, leaves her Southern home hoping to study opera in New York. Her instructor, Professor Didot, promises her a contract on the condition that she receive formal training in Italy for one year. Didot introduces Marcia to millionaire Philip Bradley, who offers to pay for her studies if she will accompany him to Italy as his mistress. Desperate for money, she agrees, but several months later, Philip abandons her. Marcia continues her studies, and on the night of her highly successful debut in Paris, Robert Carroll, with whom she has fallen deeply in love, proposes. When Marcia confesses her past, however, he deserts her, whereupon she vows to ruin Philip and his family. Because Philip has died, she seeks her revenge through his brother John, who comes to love her so dearly that he reveals all of his business secrets to her. Through dealings with his rivals, Marcia ruins John, but he proposes nonetheless, promising to right his brother's ... +


Marcia Calhoun, a talented but penniless singer, leaves her Southern home hoping to study opera in New York. Her instructor, Professor Didot, promises her a contract on the condition that she receive formal training in Italy for one year. Didot introduces Marcia to millionaire Philip Bradley, who offers to pay for her studies if she will accompany him to Italy as his mistress. Desperate for money, she agrees, but several months later, Philip abandons her. Marcia continues her studies, and on the night of her highly successful debut in Paris, Robert Carroll, with whom she has fallen deeply in love, proposes. When Marcia confesses her past, however, he deserts her, whereupon she vows to ruin Philip and his family. Because Philip has died, she seeks her revenge through his brother John, who comes to love her so dearly that he reveals all of his business secrets to her. Through dealings with his rivals, Marcia ruins John, but he proposes nonetheless, promising to right his brother's wrong. +

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