The Man Without a Heart (1924)

Romance | 1924

Director:

Burton King

Writer:

Harry Chandlee

Cinematographer:

Edward Paul

Production Company:

Banner Productions
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LITERARY
Based on the novel The Man Without a Heart by Ruby Mildred Ayres (New York, 1924).
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Release Date:
1924
Premiere Information:
release: 1 Sep or 17 Sep 1924
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Banner Productions
10 September 1924
LP20579
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
6,000
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

When Rufus Asher suspects that Barbara Wier is plotting with his sister's husband, Edmund Hyde, he abducts Barbara and takes her to a lonely mountain retreat. Mistaking Rufus for a vagabond, Barbara shoots him, then nurses him back to health, explaining that she and Edmund were trying to stop an elopement of Edmund's wife with another man, Hugh ...

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When Rufus Asher suspects that Barbara Wier is plotting with his sister's husband, Edmund Hyde, he abducts Barbara and takes her to a lonely mountain retreat. Mistaking Rufus for a vagabond, Barbara shoots him, then nurses him back to health, explaining that she and Edmund were trying to stop an elopement of Edmund's wife with another man, Hugh Langley.

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