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The working titles of this film were Leona Goes A-Hunting and Object, Marriage ... More Less

The working titles of this film were Leona Goes A-Hunting and Object, Marriage . More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
ETR
28 Aug 20
p. 1399.
MPN
19 Jun 20
p. 4982.
MPN
25 Sep. 1920
p. 2450 (ad insert).
MPN
13 Apr 17
p. 26.
MPW
28 Aug 20
pp. 1215-16.
Variety
20 Aug 20
p. 35.
Wid's
22 Aug 20
p. 16.
DETAILS
Alternate Titles:
Leona Goes A-Hunting
Object, Marriage
Release Date:
26 September 1920
Copyright Claimant:
Pathé Exchange, inc.
Copyright Date:
28 August 1920
Copyright Number:
LU15464
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Leona Stafford receives a legacy of $1000 and invests it in a scheme to catch a rich husband. After purchasing a new wardrobe, Leona goes to a fashionable resort hotel where she poses as a widow with a mysterious past. She arouses the suspicions of the hotel clerk, a correspondence school sleuth, who suspects that she has kidnapped Captain Cromwell, a wealthy aviator who has been missing for several days. Desperate, Leona appeals for help to Tubbs, whom she believes to be an idle tramp. Tubbs wins her love before he discloses himself as the missing aviator, causing Leona to heave a sigh of relief that her search for a husband has ... +


Leona Stafford receives a legacy of $1000 and invests it in a scheme to catch a rich husband. After purchasing a new wardrobe, Leona goes to a fashionable resort hotel where she poses as a widow with a mysterious past. She arouses the suspicions of the hotel clerk, a correspondence school sleuth, who suspects that she has kidnapped Captain Cromwell, a wealthy aviator who has been missing for several days. Desperate, Leona appeals for help to Tubbs, whom she believes to be an idle tramp. Tubbs wins her love before he discloses himself as the missing aviator, causing Leona to heave a sigh of relief that her search for a husband has ended. +

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Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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