Tarnish (1924)

Drama | August 1924

Director:

George Fitzmaurice

Writer:

Cinematographers:

Arthur Miller, William Tuers

Editor:

Stuart Heisler

Production Company:

Goldwyn Pictures
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LITERARY
Based on the play Tarnish, a Play in 3 Acts by Gilbert Emery (New York, 1924).
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Release Date:
August 1924
Copyright Claimant:
Goldwyn Pictures
Copyright Date:
9 September 1924
Copyright Number:
LP20551
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
6,831
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

Letitia Tevis has to support her parents owing to her father's profligate self-indulgence with other women, and she works with Emmet Carr, who is in love with her. When her father is victimized by manicurist Nettie Dark, Letitia demands a return of his money. She is disillusioned by Emmet's presence in the girl's apartment, but eventually she realizes his innocence and finds happiness with ... +


Letitia Tevis has to support her parents owing to her father's profligate self-indulgence with other women, and she works with Emmet Carr, who is in love with her. When her father is victimized by manicurist Nettie Dark, Letitia demands a return of his money. She is disillusioned by Emmet's presence in the girl's apartment, but eventually she realizes his innocence and finds happiness with him. +

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