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News items announcing the production of this film appeared in Sep 1917. Art Dramas, Inc., the company slated to distribute the film, went out of business late in 1917. The film is listed in release charts in 1919 as a Triangle release. No reviews for this film were found. Some sources refer to the film as Devil M'Care ... More Less

News items announcing the production of this film appeared in Sep 1917. Art Dramas, Inc., the company slated to distribute the film, went out of business late in 1917. The film is listed in release charts in 1919 as a Triangle release. No reviews for this film were found. Some sources refer to the film as Devil M'Care . More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
18 Jul 19
p. 43.
ETR
26 Apr 19
p. 1610.
MPN
8 Sep 19
p. 1616.
DETAILS
Alternate Title:
Devil M'Care
Release Date:
20 April 1919
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Mary Archer, a manicurist in a big city, becomes infatuated with Western rancher Devil McCare. He also falls for her, to the dismay of the wealthy society girls who try to tempt him. Mary, won over by Devil's description of life on the range, follows him to Sour Lake, where she becomes the manicurist in the hotel and the idol of Sour Lake, outshining Devil's ward Vera. After some adventures, including a fight between Devil and Parson Brown over Mary, Devil and Mary find happiness ... +


Mary Archer, a manicurist in a big city, becomes infatuated with Western rancher Devil McCare. He also falls for her, to the dismay of the wealthy society girls who try to tempt him. Mary, won over by Devil's description of life on the range, follows him to Sour Lake, where she becomes the manicurist in the hotel and the idol of Sour Lake, outshining Devil's ward Vera. After some adventures, including a fight between Devil and Parson Brown over Mary, Devil and Mary find happiness together. +

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Legend
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Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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