The Rejected Woman (1924)

Melodrama | 4 May 1924

Director:

Albert Parker

Cinematographer:

J. Roy Hunt

Production Designer:

Clark Robinson

Production Company:

Distinctive Pictures
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HISTORY

Actress Jetta Goudal was originally announced for the lead in Blood and Gold, the working title of The Rejected Woman, according to the 1 Dec 1923 Motion Picture News, but she was replaced by Alma Rubens. Rubens reported to work "immediately" at Distinctive Pictures's studios in the Bronx, NY.
       The 5 Jan 1924 Exhibitors Herald announced that Albert Parker and his film company left for Canada on 27 Dec 1923 to begin shooting Blood and Gold. ... More Less

Actress Jetta Goudal was originally announced for the lead in Blood and Gold, the working title of The Rejected Woman, according to the 1 Dec 1923 Motion Picture News, but she was replaced by Alma Rubens. Rubens reported to work "immediately" at Distinctive Pictures's studios in the Bronx, NY.
       The 5 Jan 1924 Exhibitors Herald announced that Albert Parker and his film company left for Canada on 27 Dec 1923 to begin shooting Blood and Gold. More Less

GEOGRAPHIC LOCATIONS
SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Exhibitors Herald
5 Jan 1924
p. 49.
Motion Picture News
1 Dec 1923
p. 2555.
DETAILS
Alternate Title:
Blood and Gold
Release Date:
4 May 1924
Production Date:
began late December 1923
Copyright Claimant:
Distinctive Pictures
Copyright Date:
3 May 1924
Copyright Number:
LP20175
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
7,761
Length(in reels):
8
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Aviator John Leslie meets Diane Du Prez in Canada when he seeks shelter from a storm, but returns home at the news of his father's death. Sent by her father to New York, Diane goes out socially with John, but her rough dress and manners are unacceptable to his friends. She accepts an offer from Dunbar, John's business manager, to give her financial aid. Her father's interference causes John to marry Diane; and though at first he rejects her when he learns of her arrangement with Dunbar, they are eventually ... +


Aviator John Leslie meets Diane Du Prez in Canada when he seeks shelter from a storm, but returns home at the news of his father's death. Sent by her father to New York, Diane goes out socially with John, but her rough dress and manners are unacceptable to his friends. She accepts an offer from Dunbar, John's business manager, to give her financial aid. Her father's interference causes John to marry Diane; and though at first he rejects her when he learns of her arrangement with Dunbar, they are eventually reconciled. +

GENRE
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Sub-genre:
Society


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AFI Life Achievement Award

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