The Prince Chap (1920)

Drama | August 1920

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ETR
14 Jul 20
p. 844.
MPN
5 Jun 20
p. 4682.
MPN
17 Jul 20
p. 568, 592
MPN
2 Oct 20
p. 686.
MPN
14 Aug 20
p. 1255.
MPW
24 Jan 20
p. 598.
MPW
7 Feb 20
p. 922.
MPW
19 Jun 20
p. 1631.
MPW
24 Jul 20
p. 506.
Variety
16 Jul 20
p. 32.
Wid's
18 Jul 20
p. 11.
DETAILS
Release Date:
August 1920
Copyright Claimant:
Famous Players-Lasky Corp.
Copyright Date:
1 June 1920
Copyright Number:
LP15262
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Upon the death of little Claudia's mother, artist William Peyton promises to care for the child of the London slums. Back in America, Peyton's fiancée Alice hears the news and suspects that the waif actually may be Peyton's daughter. Traveling to England, Alice demands that the artist choose between her and his charge. When he refuses to give Claudia up, Alice leaves and marries another. Years pass, Claudia grows to adulthood, and when Peyton discovers that the love for his ward has blossomed into that of a man for a woman, the two face a happy future ... +


Upon the death of little Claudia's mother, artist William Peyton promises to care for the child of the London slums. Back in America, Peyton's fiancée Alice hears the news and suspects that the waif actually may be Peyton's daughter. Traveling to England, Alice demands that the artist choose between her and his charge. When he refuses to give Claudia up, Alice leaves and marries another. Years pass, Claudia grows to adulthood, and when Peyton discovers that the love for his ward has blossomed into that of a man for a woman, the two face a happy future together. +

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AFI Life Achievement Award

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