Scandal Proof (1925)

Melodrama | 24 May 1925

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DATE
PAGE
Film Daily
14 Jun 1925
p. 5
Variety
8 Jul 1925
p. 39
DETAILS
Release Date:
24 May 1925
Production Date:

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Claimant
Date
Copyright Number
Fox Film Corp.
17 May 1925
LP21529
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Grace Whitney goes to a wild party at the house of Monte Brandster; when he is shot by Thelma Delores, an irate gold digger, Grace is blamed for his murder. Grace is acquitted when Herbert Wyckoff testifies in her favor. After the trial, Grace changes her name to Enid Day and becomes a governess in the Hollister home, which is, by chance, visited by Herbert and his sister. Herbert tells Grace that he probably let his sympathy outweigh his judgment when he testified, and he insists that Grace leave the Hollister home. Mrs. Hollister is having an affair with Dick Thorbeck, and when Mr. Hollister is about to catch his wife and Thorbeck in a bedroom, Grace quickly takes Mrs. Hollister's place--thus compromising herself for the sake of Mrs. Hollister's baby. She is denounced by Hollister, but Herbert still believes in her and asks her to marry ...

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Grace Whitney goes to a wild party at the house of Monte Brandster; when he is shot by Thelma Delores, an irate gold digger, Grace is blamed for his murder. Grace is acquitted when Herbert Wyckoff testifies in her favor. After the trial, Grace changes her name to Enid Day and becomes a governess in the Hollister home, which is, by chance, visited by Herbert and his sister. Herbert tells Grace that he probably let his sympathy outweigh his judgment when he testified, and he insists that Grace leave the Hollister home. Mrs. Hollister is having an affair with Dick Thorbeck, and when Mr. Hollister is about to catch his wife and Thorbeck in a bedroom, Grace quickly takes Mrs. Hollister's place--thus compromising herself for the sake of Mrs. Hollister's baby. She is denounced by Hollister, but Herbert still believes in her and asks her to marry him.

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