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DATE
PAGE
ETR
2 Nov 1918
p. 1819
MPN
9 Nov 1918
p. 2891
MPW
19 Oct 1918
p. 449
MPW
13 Jul 1918
p. 54
NYDM
7 Dec 1918
p. 847
Variety
6 Dec 1918
p. 39
CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANY
DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTOR
WRITER
Story
PHOTOGRAPHY
Harry Gersted
Cam
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Release Date:
10 November 1918
Production Date:

Copyright Info
Claimant
Date
Copyright Number
William Fox
1 December 1918
LP13088
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

In the small Spanish village of Juanguera lives Lolette, a beautiful and fiery peasant girl. Although ardently courted by the native swains, and particularly a bandit called The Tiger, Lolette prefers Maurice Tabor, a French artist who has come to Juanguera to paint. Because he refuses to take her to Paris, Lolette accepts a gift of stolen jewels from The Tiger and follows Maurice to France. With Lolette as his model, Maurice paints brilliantly, and soon she becomes a Paris sensation. One evening, Lolette performs a Spanish dance on stage, and the next day, she signs contracts with a number of impresarios, accepting advance payment from all of them. Fearing her arrest, Maurice urges her to accompany him back to Spain, but The Tiger attacks their coach and imprisons them. At a feast held in her honor, however, Lolette urges The Tiger to drink, and when he is unconscious, she and Maurice ...

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In the small Spanish village of Juanguera lives Lolette, a beautiful and fiery peasant girl. Although ardently courted by the native swains, and particularly a bandit called The Tiger, Lolette prefers Maurice Tabor, a French artist who has come to Juanguera to paint. Because he refuses to take her to Paris, Lolette accepts a gift of stolen jewels from The Tiger and follows Maurice to France. With Lolette as his model, Maurice paints brilliantly, and soon she becomes a Paris sensation. One evening, Lolette performs a Spanish dance on stage, and the next day, she signs contracts with a number of impresarios, accepting advance payment from all of them. Fearing her arrest, Maurice urges her to accompany him back to Spain, but The Tiger attacks their coach and imprisons them. At a feast held in her honor, however, Lolette urges The Tiger to drink, and when he is unconscious, she and Maurice escape.

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