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6 May 16
p. 2722.
MPW
6 May 16
p. 986.
MPW
13 May 16
p. 1217.
Wid's
2 Sep 16
p. 1564.
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Release Date:
8 May 1916
Copyright Claimant:
Universal Film Mfg. Co., Inc.
Copyright Date:
18 April 1916
Copyright Number:
LP8099
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

In society circles, one woman has a spectacular reputation as the "Huntress of Men." Hearing about The Huntress, Fleming Harcourt, a mining magnate, decides to "domesticate" her. By mixing aloofness with sudden bursts of passion, Fleming convinces her to marry him, and then takes her with him to live in a mining town. Rebelling against her new life, however, she soon returns to society and once again hosts lavish parties full of dozens of adoring men. Fleming comes after her, and decides to get her back by pretending to begin a flirtation with another woman. Hearing rumors of Fleming's affair, The Huntress suddenly loses interest in all of her beaux and, consumed by jealousy and completely in love with Fleming, she returns to her ... +


In society circles, one woman has a spectacular reputation as the "Huntress of Men." Hearing about The Huntress, Fleming Harcourt, a mining magnate, decides to "domesticate" her. By mixing aloofness with sudden bursts of passion, Fleming convinces her to marry him, and then takes her with him to live in a mining town. Rebelling against her new life, however, she soon returns to society and once again hosts lavish parties full of dozens of adoring men. Fleming comes after her, and decides to get her back by pretending to begin a flirtation with another woman. Hearing rumors of Fleming's affair, The Huntress suddenly loses interest in all of her beaux and, consumed by jealousy and completely in love with Fleming, she returns to her husband. +

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AFI Life Achievement Award

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