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Release Date:
January 1921
Copyright Claimant:
Betty Compson Productions
Copyright Date:
8 January 1921
Copyright Number:
LP16147
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,884
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Indignant over the sudden discovery of her father's double life, Blanche Davis leaves home and under an assumed name obtains employment in San Francisco with lawyers Blair and Randolph. She becomes involved with Randolph, and though not married they live as man and wife. When her father comes to San Francisco with her younger sister, Randolph falls in love with the latter and Blair, loving Blanche, determines to see her righted and takes her east. Her father gives Randolph a check to settle matters with his former mistress; seeing her father's signature, Blanche decides, for her sister's sake, not to interfere with their ... +


Indignant over the sudden discovery of her father's double life, Blanche Davis leaves home and under an assumed name obtains employment in San Francisco with lawyers Blair and Randolph. She becomes involved with Randolph, and though not married they live as man and wife. When her father comes to San Francisco with her younger sister, Randolph falls in love with the latter and Blair, loving Blanche, determines to see her righted and takes her east. Her father gives Randolph a check to settle matters with his former mistress; seeing her father's signature, Blanche decides, for her sister's sake, not to interfere with their marriage. +

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