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The Jul 1924 AmCin reported that director Robert G. Vignola had just begun shooting Mrs. Paramor, "his first production for Metro-Goldwyn Mayer." It was released as Married Flirts. ... More Less

The Jul 1924 AmCin reported that director Robert G. Vignola had just begun shooting Mrs. Paramor, "his first production for Metro-Goldwyn Mayer." It was released as Married Flirts. More Less

BIBLIOGRAPHIC SOURCES
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
American Cinematographer
Jul 1924
p. 4.
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LITERARY
Based on the novel Mrs. Paramor by Louis Joseph Vance (New York, 1924).
DETAILS
Alternate Title:
Mrs. Paramor
Release Date:
27 October 1924
Copyright Claimant:
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.
Copyright Date:
14 October 1924
Copyright Number:
LP20654
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
6,765
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Nellie Wayne loses her husband, Pendleton, to Jill Wetherell by neglecting him and her appearance to pursue her literary ambitions. Nellie goes to Europe, where she becomes fashionable and a famous novelist under the name of Mrs. Paramor. She encounters Jill with Perley Rex, whom the vamp has married after jilting Pendleton. Intending to teach Jill a lesson, Nellie applies her charms to Perley until he offers to divorce Jill, but Nellie refuses and sends for Pendleton, whom she still loves. (Toward the end some of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer stars are shown at a banquet and Mah-Jong party at which Mrs. Paramor entertains the screen stars who are to work in the picturization of one of her ... +


Nellie Wayne loses her husband, Pendleton, to Jill Wetherell by neglecting him and her appearance to pursue her literary ambitions. Nellie goes to Europe, where she becomes fashionable and a famous novelist under the name of Mrs. Paramor. She encounters Jill with Perley Rex, whom the vamp has married after jilting Pendleton. Intending to teach Jill a lesson, Nellie applies her charms to Perley until he offers to divorce Jill, but Nellie refuses and sends for Pendleton, whom she still loves. (Toward the end some of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer stars are shown at a banquet and Mah-Jong party at which Mrs. Paramor entertains the screen stars who are to work in the picturization of one of her novels.) +

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Sub-genre:
Society


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AFI Life Achievement Award

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