The Little Grey Mouse (1920)

Drama | 31 October 1920

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HISTORY

The Little Grey Mouse was Louise Lovely's first starring vehicle for ... More Less

The Little Grey Mouse was Louise Lovely's first starring vehicle for Fox. More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
ETR
13 Nov 20
p. 2483.
MPN
13 Nov 20
p. 3811.
MPW
13 Nov 20
p. 249.
New York Morning Telegraph
2 Oct 20
p. 2709.
Wid's
31 Oct 20
p. 25.
DETAILS
Release Date:
31 October 1920
Copyright Claimant:
William Fox
Copyright Date:
31 October 1920
Copyright Number:
LP15827
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Beverly Arnold is a secretary in the law firm of John Cumberland and Stephen Gray. Both men court her, but Beverly succumbs to the charms of Gray. With her help, he writes a bestselling novel which leads him to give up his law career. After their marriage, Beverly continues to aid Gray with his writing, bringing a touch to his work that makes him famous. Gray, however, in his conceit, becomes bored with his wife and divorces her for Hedda Kossiter, a vampirish artist. Beverly, freed from Gray, becomes a literary success in her own right. Gray, anxious to win her back, is dismayed to discover that her heart has turned to his former partner, John ... +


Beverly Arnold is a secretary in the law firm of John Cumberland and Stephen Gray. Both men court her, but Beverly succumbs to the charms of Gray. With her help, he writes a bestselling novel which leads him to give up his law career. After their marriage, Beverly continues to aid Gray with his writing, bringing a touch to his work that makes him famous. Gray, however, in his conceit, becomes bored with his wife and divorces her for Hedda Kossiter, a vampirish artist. Beverly, freed from Gray, becomes a literary success in her own right. Gray, anxious to win her back, is dismayed to discover that her heart has turned to his former partner, John Cumberland. +

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