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Hamilton's novel was serialized in Green Book Magazine ... More Less

Hamilton's novel was serialized in Green Book Magazine . More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
ETR
18 Jan 19
p. 579.
MPN
11 Jan 19
pp. 194-95.
MPN
25 Jan 19
p. 604.
MPW
5 Apr 19
p. 2190.
Variety
17 Jan 19
p. 52.
Wid's
19 Jan 19
p. 23.
DETAILS
Release Date:
25 January 1919
Copyright Claimant:
Select Pictures Corp.
Copyright Date:
26 December 1918
Copyright Number:
LP13204
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,520
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Joan Ludlow elopes with her wealthy neighbor Martin Grey in order to escape from her stern grandparents' home. Martin marries Joan mainly to protect her, and Joan behaves childishly. She adopts the slogan, "Who Cares?" and mixes in fast society, sometimes not seeing her husband for days. Joan is wooed by Gilbert Palgrave, the husband of her best friend Alice. Martin turns to Toodles, a chorus girl, for affection, even though he still loves his wife. One day Joan discovers Toodles in Martin's arms. When Palgrave later threatens Joan with a gun because she rejects his advances, Martin rescues her, and Joan and Martin find happiness together at ... +


Joan Ludlow elopes with her wealthy neighbor Martin Grey in order to escape from her stern grandparents' home. Martin marries Joan mainly to protect her, and Joan behaves childishly. She adopts the slogan, "Who Cares?" and mixes in fast society, sometimes not seeing her husband for days. Joan is wooed by Gilbert Palgrave, the husband of her best friend Alice. Martin turns to Toodles, a chorus girl, for affection, even though he still loves his wife. One day Joan discovers Toodles in Martin's arms. When Palgrave later threatens Joan with a gun because she rejects his advances, Martin rescues her, and Joan and Martin find happiness together at last. +

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