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Wid's reported that Charles Force was credited on the press sheets with the role of ... More Less

Wid's reported that Charles Force was credited on the press sheets with the role of Oldson. More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Exhibitors Herald and Motography
5 Oct 1918
p. 34
Exhibitors Trade Review
28 Sep 1918
p. 1409, 1423
Motion Picture News
10 Aug 1918
p. 1115
Motion Picture News
21 Sep 1918
p. 1920
Motion Picture News
12 Oct 1918
p. 2414
Moving Picture World
31 Aug 1918
p. 1279
Moving Picture World
7 Sep 1918
p. 1395
Moving Picture World
21 Sep 1918
p. 1743, 1774
Moving Picture World
28 Sep 1918
p. 1917
NYDM
28 Sep 1918
p. 1917
Variety
20 Sep 1918
p. 43
Wid's Daily
15 Sep 1918
p. 18
DETAILS
Release Date:
15 September 1918
Production Date:
ended August 1918
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Actor Montague Booth is disfigured in an accident and loses the admiration of both the public and his leading lady, Belle Hathaway. On the verge of suicide, he is saved by the adoring Jenny, a maid in Miss Miggs' theatrical boardinghouse, where Booth has been staying. The two join the traveling medicine show of Booth's old friend Oldson and then take up a homestead claim. When Belle learns of Montague's financial success, she attempts to steal his money and cast the blame on Jenny, but he uncovers the scheme and is reunited with his faithful ... +


Actor Montague Booth is disfigured in an accident and loses the admiration of both the public and his leading lady, Belle Hathaway. On the verge of suicide, he is saved by the adoring Jenny, a maid in Miss Miggs' theatrical boardinghouse, where Booth has been staying. The two join the traveling medicine show of Booth's old friend Oldson and then take up a homestead claim. When Belle learns of Montague's financial success, she attempts to steal his money and cast the blame on Jenny, but he uncovers the scheme and is reunited with his faithful Jenny. +

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Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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