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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Motog
19 Aug 16
pp. 450-51.
MPN
26 Aug 16
p. 1248.
MPW
12 Aug 16
p. 1055.
MPW
15 Jul 16
p. 472.
MPW
26 Aug 16
p. 1393.
NYDM
26 Aug 16
p. 27.
Variety
11 Aug 16
p. 25.
Wid's
10 Aug 16
p. 770.
CAST
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LITERARY
Based on the play A Woman's Way by Thompson Buchanan (New York, 22 Feb 1909).
DETAILS
Release Date:
7 August 1916
Copyright Claimant:
World Film Corp.
Copyright Date:
5 August 1916
Copyright Number:
LU8874
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

After she rescues Jack Stanton from an angry mob of his disgruntled coal miners, Marion Livingston meets Howard Stanton, Jack's brother. While Jack recuperates from the attack, Howard comes to visit and falls in love with Marion. The couple marries and moves to New York where Marion becomes a society matron. Both bored with their lives, Howard and Marion drift apart, with Howard finding solace in the arms of an adventuress, Nina Blakemore, and a dejected Marion courting the attentions of Oliver Whitney. When Howard and Nina are involved in an automobile crash, a gossip newspaper prints rumors of a Stanton divorce. Shocked by the article, Marion vows to fight for the man she truly loves by staging an elaborate dinner party to which she invites Nina and several of her former romantic conquests. The men are extremely uncomfortable in Nina's presence, and Marion, dressed in fine fashion, outshines her rival. Finally realizing the error of his ways, Howard asks Marion's forgiveness, and the couple happily ... +


After she rescues Jack Stanton from an angry mob of his disgruntled coal miners, Marion Livingston meets Howard Stanton, Jack's brother. While Jack recuperates from the attack, Howard comes to visit and falls in love with Marion. The couple marries and moves to New York where Marion becomes a society matron. Both bored with their lives, Howard and Marion drift apart, with Howard finding solace in the arms of an adventuress, Nina Blakemore, and a dejected Marion courting the attentions of Oliver Whitney. When Howard and Nina are involved in an automobile crash, a gossip newspaper prints rumors of a Stanton divorce. Shocked by the article, Marion vows to fight for the man she truly loves by staging an elaborate dinner party to which she invites Nina and several of her former romantic conquests. The men are extremely uncomfortable in Nina's presence, and Marion, dressed in fine fashion, outshines her rival. Finally realizing the error of his ways, Howard asks Marion's forgiveness, and the couple happily reconciles. +

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