The Place of Honeymoons (1920)

Drama | November 1920

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HISTORY

This production was shot in the Atlas Film Co. studio in Newton, MA. Although the film was completed and announced for release in early 1920, it was not formally released until Nov 1920. Some sources, including the copyright entry, refer to this film as Place of Honeymoons ... More Less

This production was shot in the Atlas Film Co. studio in Newton, MA. Although the film was completed and announced for release in early 1920, it was not formally released until Nov 1920. Some sources, including the copyright entry, refer to this film as Place of Honeymoons . More Less

GEOGRAPHIC LOCATIONS
SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
27 Nov 20
p. 4155.
ETR
27 Dec 19
p. 380.
MPW
6 Nov 20
p. 110.
DETAILS
Release Date:
November 1920
Copyright Claimant:
Pioneer Film Corp.
Copyright Date:
20 November 1920
Copyright Number:
LU15816
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Nora Harrigan is the idol of Parisian opera lovers, much to the envy of her rival Flora Desimone. Edward Courtlandt finds himself attracted to Nora, but she rejects him in favor of Herr Rosen. When Nora is mysteriously abducted, she denounces Courtlandt as her abductor, although he is never charged with the crime. To recover from her ordeal, Nora sojourns to the south of France with her parents where, at Colonel Wester's, she again meets Courtlandt. Her father becomes great friends with him, but Nora remains obdurate, although she has lost interest in Herr Rosen. Subsequently, Courtlandt discovers that Rosen was responsible for Nora's abduction and orders him out of the country. Just as romance is about to spring up between Nora and Courtlandt, Nora's father discovers that Flora and Courtlandt were married at one time and then separated. However, Flora's husband intervenes, forcing his wife to explain the misunderstanding and thus clearing all obstacles from love's ... +


Nora Harrigan is the idol of Parisian opera lovers, much to the envy of her rival Flora Desimone. Edward Courtlandt finds himself attracted to Nora, but she rejects him in favor of Herr Rosen. When Nora is mysteriously abducted, she denounces Courtlandt as her abductor, although he is never charged with the crime. To recover from her ordeal, Nora sojourns to the south of France with her parents where, at Colonel Wester's, she again meets Courtlandt. Her father becomes great friends with him, but Nora remains obdurate, although she has lost interest in Herr Rosen. Subsequently, Courtlandt discovers that Rosen was responsible for Nora's abduction and orders him out of the country. Just as romance is about to spring up between Nora and Courtlandt, Nora's father discovers that Flora and Courtlandt were married at one time and then separated. However, Flora's husband intervenes, forcing his wife to explain the misunderstanding and thus clearing all obstacles from love's path. +

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Legend
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Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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