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Film Daily
7 Jun 1925
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Niagara Falls (NY) Gazette
18 May 1925
p. 11
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7 June 1925
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Date
Copyright Number
Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.
21 February 1925
LP21176
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
7,182
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Ruthlessly determined to succeed at any cost, Amos Mason comes to New York with his fiancée, Ann Sherman. By unscrupulous dealings and with the use of Ann's savings, Amos meets with considerable success and casts aside Ann, who is forced to take a job as maid in the Graves mansion. Amos begins to court Shirley Graves and causes Ann's dismissal. Mrs. Graves persuades Shirley to marry Amos, despite her love for the penniless Douglas White. Ann marries James Warren, an architect, whom Amos hires to build a mansion, and Ann tells Shirley of Amos' previous perfidy. Shirley has an affair with Douglas White but becomes disgusted with illicit sex when she believes him to be unfaithful to her. Amos' schemes fall flat, and he is arrested for swindling. In prison he repents, Shirley's attitude toward him softens, and they are reconciled when he is ...

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Ruthlessly determined to succeed at any cost, Amos Mason comes to New York with his fiancée, Ann Sherman. By unscrupulous dealings and with the use of Ann's savings, Amos meets with considerable success and casts aside Ann, who is forced to take a job as maid in the Graves mansion. Amos begins to court Shirley Graves and causes Ann's dismissal. Mrs. Graves persuades Shirley to marry Amos, despite her love for the penniless Douglas White. Ann marries James Warren, an architect, whom Amos hires to build a mansion, and Ann tells Shirley of Amos' previous perfidy. Shirley has an affair with Douglas White but becomes disgusted with illicit sex when she believes him to be unfaithful to her. Amos' schemes fall flat, and he is arrested for swindling. In prison he repents, Shirley's attitude toward him softens, and they are reconciled when he is freed.

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