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SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
31 May 19
p. 1381.
ETR
1 May 20
p. 2517.
MPW
14 Feb 20
p. 1120.
New York Morning Telegraph
9 May 1920.
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DETAILS
Release Date:
15 February 1919
Copyright Claimant:
Selznick Pictures Corp.
Copyright Date:
31 December 1919
Copyright Number:
LP14632
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,555
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

After she is hit on the head with a golf ball, Jane Morgan, whose interest in criminals has led her to admire the notorious pickpocket Annie Adams, comes out of a coma believing she is Annie. After her father's influence saves her, when, dressed as a man, she is caught robbing a bank, Dr. Gregory, a specialist, is called in and, to her parents' dismay, he recommends that she be given complete freedom of movement. Gregory then disguises himself as "The Leopard," whose creed of relieving the public of its superfluous wealth, appeals to Jane. When her true sex is revealed during some rough-housing in a Chinatown den, she falls in love with him. After they rob her parents' safe and the Leopard shoots the intruding butler, Jane faints thinking that her love may be electrocuted. When she awakens recovered and learns that the shooting was acted out to shock her to health, she and Gregory ... +


After she is hit on the head with a golf ball, Jane Morgan, whose interest in criminals has led her to admire the notorious pickpocket Annie Adams, comes out of a coma believing she is Annie. After her father's influence saves her, when, dressed as a man, she is caught robbing a bank, Dr. Gregory, a specialist, is called in and, to her parents' dismay, he recommends that she be given complete freedom of movement. Gregory then disguises himself as "The Leopard," whose creed of relieving the public of its superfluous wealth, appeals to Jane. When her true sex is revealed during some rough-housing in a Chinatown den, she falls in love with him. After they rob her parents' safe and the Leopard shoots the intruding butler, Jane faints thinking that her love may be electrocuted. When she awakens recovered and learns that the shooting was acted out to shock her to health, she and Gregory marry. +

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