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ETR
27 Nov 20
p. 2701.
MPN
20 Nov 20
p. 3993.
MPW
13 Nov 20
p. 252.
NYDM
25 Sep 20
p. 2499.
Wid's
14 Nov 20
p. 23.
DETAILS
Release Date:
November 1920
Copyright Claimant:
The Vitagraph Co. of America
Copyright Date:
17 September 1920
Copyright Number:
LP15550
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

When Marion Roger's love affair with Cameron West is broken up by her disapproving mother, Cameron develops an infatuation with flirtatious debutante Diana Spaulding, while Marion still harbors an unrequited love for Cameron. Cameron marries Diana, who retains her flirtatious nature, and while at a party one night, Marion overhears Diana plotting to run away with playboy Granville Wingate. Determined to protect Cameron, Marion hastens to the lovers' appointed rendezvous before Diana arrives and persuades Wingate to abandon his plan. Returning to the house, Marion attempts to shield Cameron from his wife's disgraceful behavior, but Cameron, finally realizing his wife's nature and his love for Marion, obtains a divorce and is thus free to marry the woman he ... +


When Marion Roger's love affair with Cameron West is broken up by her disapproving mother, Cameron develops an infatuation with flirtatious debutante Diana Spaulding, while Marion still harbors an unrequited love for Cameron. Cameron marries Diana, who retains her flirtatious nature, and while at a party one night, Marion overhears Diana plotting to run away with playboy Granville Wingate. Determined to protect Cameron, Marion hastens to the lovers' appointed rendezvous before Diana arrives and persuades Wingate to abandon his plan. Returning to the house, Marion attempts to shield Cameron from his wife's disgraceful behavior, but Cameron, finally realizing his wife's nature and his love for Marion, obtains a divorce and is thus free to marry the woman he loves. +

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AFI Life Achievement Award

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