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DATE
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Camera
22 Nov 1919
p. 10
Exhibitors Trade Review
25 Oct 1919
p. 1801
Motion Picture
Feb 1920
p. 100
Motion Picture News
19 Jul 1919
p. 789
Motion Picture News
2 Aug 1919
p. 1106
Motion Picture News
1 Nov 1919
p. 3347
Motion Picture News
6 Sep 1919
p. 2024
Moving Picture World
27 Dec 1919
p. 1191
Photoplay
Nov 1919
p. 79
Variety
7 Sep 1919
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Wid's Daily
11 Jul 1919
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Wid's Daily
12 Jul 1919
p. 1
Wid's Daily
23 Jul 1919
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Wid's Daily
8 Aug 1919
---
Wid's Daily
14 Oct 1919
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Wid's Daily
16 Nov 1919
p. 13
Wid's Daily
14 Dec 1919
p. 30
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LITERARY
Based on a story by Charles Stokes Wayne (pseud. of Horace Hazeltine) (publication undetermined).
DETAILS
Alternate Title:
That Winchester Woman
Release Date:
16 November 1919
Premiere Information:
Los Angeles opening: 25 November 1919
Production Date:
July--early August 1919
Copyright Claimant:
The Vitagraph Co. of America
Copyright Date:
19 September 1919
Copyright Number:
LP14213
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,490
Length(in reels):
5-6
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

After Mrs. Anne Winchester is found innocent of murdering her husband, she leaves Nashville, TN, and settles in a small town on Long Island, NY, to escape notoriety. She soon discovers a mutual attraction with widower David Brinton, owner of her boardinghouse. When Alan Woodward, who is pursuing David's daughter Julia, meets Anne, now known as Mrs. Wharton, he recognizes her as Mrs. Winchester and threatens to denounce her if she interferes with his planned seduction of Julia. Anne warns Julia not to elope with Woodward, but when the young woman refuses to listen, Anne disguises herself as Julia and accompanies Woodward to a hotel in a neighboring town. After Anne escapes their room, the drunken Woodward falls from a window to his death. Anne is suspected of murder again, but she succeeds in proving that she was in the lobby at the time Woodward fell. David faithfully stays by her during the ... +


After Mrs. Anne Winchester is found innocent of murdering her husband, she leaves Nashville, TN, and settles in a small town on Long Island, NY, to escape notoriety. She soon discovers a mutual attraction with widower David Brinton, owner of her boardinghouse. When Alan Woodward, who is pursuing David's daughter Julia, meets Anne, now known as Mrs. Wharton, he recognizes her as Mrs. Winchester and threatens to denounce her if she interferes with his planned seduction of Julia. Anne warns Julia not to elope with Woodward, but when the young woman refuses to listen, Anne disguises herself as Julia and accompanies Woodward to a hotel in a neighboring town. After Anne escapes their room, the drunken Woodward falls from a window to his death. Anne is suspected of murder again, but she succeeds in proving that she was in the lobby at the time Woodward fell. David faithfully stays by her during the inquest. +

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