Very Truly Yours (1922)

Romance | 30 April 1922

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Release Date:
30 April 1922
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Copyright Number
Fox Film Corp.
30 April 1922
LP17855
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,000
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

Marie Tyree, a hotel stenographer, falls in love with Archie Small but is disillusioned when he is lured away by a wealthy widow and resolves to trap for herself a wealthy spouse. At a business convention, she makes the acquaintance of Bert Woodmansee, reputedly worth millions, and captures him after a brief courtship. Later she is dismayed to find that he is merely the nephew of Woodmansee, the millionaire lumberman. The uncle discovers her indiscretion, and when Marie leaves her husband, he finds her. She wins his heart completely and through his kindness is happily reunited with her ...

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Marie Tyree, a hotel stenographer, falls in love with Archie Small but is disillusioned when he is lured away by a wealthy widow and resolves to trap for herself a wealthy spouse. At a business convention, she makes the acquaintance of Bert Woodmansee, reputedly worth millions, and captures him after a brief courtship. Later she is dismayed to find that he is merely the nephew of Woodmansee, the millionaire lumberman. The uncle discovers her indiscretion, and when Marie leaves her husband, he finds her. She wins his heart completely and through his kindness is happily reunited with her husband.

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