Love in the Dark (1922)

Melodrama | 11 December 1922

Director:

Harry Beaumont

Producer:

Harry Beaumont

Cinematographer:

John Arnold

Production Designer:

J. J. Hughes

Production Company:

Metro Pictures Corp.
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LITERARY
Based on the short story "Page Tim O'Brien," by John Moroso in Munsey's Magazine (Oct 1922).
DETAILS
Release Date:
11 December 1922
Premiere Information:
New York premiere: 20 November 1922
Copyright Claimant:
Metro Pictures
Copyright Date:
23 November 1922
Copyright Number:
LP18437
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,900
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien hire orphan Mary Duffy to care for their son, Red, then desert the two of them when eluding the police. Mrs. O'Brien abandons Tim, who can see only at night, and she is killed by an automobile. After finding a home with the Hortons, Mary discovers that Dr. Horton's son, Robert, is taking European Relief funds from Horton's safe to use for gambling, and she informs Tim of the theft. Tim agrees to recover the money from the gambler's safe, is nearly caught, and is reunited with Mary and ... +


Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien hire orphan Mary Duffy to care for their son, Red, then desert the two of them when eluding the police. Mrs. O'Brien abandons Tim, who can see only at night, and she is killed by an automobile. After finding a home with the Hortons, Mary discovers that Dr. Horton's son, Robert, is taking European Relief funds from Horton's safe to use for gambling, and she informs Tim of the theft. Tim agrees to recover the money from the gambler's safe, is nearly caught, and is reunited with Mary and Red. +

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