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This film was copyrighted under its working title The Mischief Man .
       The 31 Jul 1920 Wid's Daily noted that Occasionally Yours had been ... More Less

This film was copyrighted under its working title The Mischief Man .
       The 31 Jul 1920 Wid's Daily noted that Occasionally Yours had been completed. More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Exhibitors Trade Review
30 Oct 20
p. 2278.
Motion Picture News
14 Aug 20
p. 1355.
Motion Picture News
2 Oct 20
p. 2637, 2713
Motion Picture News
16 Oct 20
p. 3043.
Motion Picture News
23 Oct 20
p. 3225.
Moving Picture World
3 Oct 20
p. 1293.
Wid's Daily
31 Jul 1920
p. 1.
Wid's Daily
17 Oct 20
p. 21.
DETAILS
Alternate Title:
The Mischief Man
Release Date:
19 September 1920
Production Date:
ended July 1920
Copyright Claimant:
Lew Cody Films Corp.
Copyright Date:
29 May 1920
Copyright Number:
LU15299
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

When Bruce Sands, a dilettante artist with a history of amorous peccadillos, discovers that his latest flame Bunny Winston wants to marry him, he seeks refuge at his friend John Woodward's country home, unaware that Woodward has asked Bunny to marry him. Bunny follows the artist to Woodward's estate, where Bruce begins a flirtation with Woodward's daughter Audrey. After Audrey is injured in a fall from a horse, Bruce promises to marry her, thinking that she is on her deathbed. Upon hearing the news, Bunny assumes that Bruce will now be a member of the family and so marries Woodward. When Audrey recovers, the engagement is broken, Bruce returns to town, and Bunny follows. Bruce rejects Bunny and begins his campaign for his next victim, leaving Audrey and her father to console each ... +


When Bruce Sands, a dilettante artist with a history of amorous peccadillos, discovers that his latest flame Bunny Winston wants to marry him, he seeks refuge at his friend John Woodward's country home, unaware that Woodward has asked Bunny to marry him. Bunny follows the artist to Woodward's estate, where Bruce begins a flirtation with Woodward's daughter Audrey. After Audrey is injured in a fall from a horse, Bruce promises to marry her, thinking that she is on her deathbed. Upon hearing the news, Bunny assumes that Bruce will now be a member of the family and so marries Woodward. When Audrey recovers, the engagement is broken, Bruce returns to town, and Bunny follows. Bruce rejects Bunny and begins his campaign for his next victim, leaving Audrey and her father to console each other. +

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Subject

Subject (Minor):
Legend
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Partially Viewed
Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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