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The 22 Sep 1923 Camera reported that the film company would arrive in San Francisco, CA, that week to film dock and waterfront scenes. Gertrude Franklin Atherton, whose best-selling novel was the source of the film, would be in town to confer with director Frank ... More Less

The 22 Sep 1923 Camera reported that the film company would arrive in San Francisco, CA, that week to film dock and waterfront scenes. Gertrude Franklin Atherton, whose best-selling novel was the source of the film, would be in town to confer with director Frank Lloyd. More Less

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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Camera
22 Sep 1923
p. 20.
DETAILS
Release Date:
January 1924
Premiere Information:
San Francisco opening: 29 December 1924
Copyright Claimant:
Frank Lloyd Productions
Copyright Date:
12 December 1923
Copyright Number:
LP19700
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
7,937
Length(in reels):
8
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Playwright Lee Clavering falls in love with a mysterious and beautiful woman. She reveals herself as Austrian Countess Zattiany, formerly New York socialite Mary Ogden, who, by medical means, has had her youth restored. Lee plans to marry the countess, but a former admirer of hers intervenes, points out her folly, and escorts her back to Austria. Lee finds romance with flapper Janet ... +


Playwright Lee Clavering falls in love with a mysterious and beautiful woman. She reveals herself as Austrian Countess Zattiany, formerly New York socialite Mary Ogden, who, by medical means, has had her youth restored. Lee plans to marry the countess, but a former admirer of hers intervenes, points out her folly, and escorts her back to Austria. Lee finds romance with flapper Janet Oglethorpe. +

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Legend
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Partially Viewed
Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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