The Tenth Woman (1924)

Melodrama | 25 August 1924

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CAST
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PARENT COMPANY
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DIRECTOR
WRITER
Julian Josephson
Scen
PHOTOGRAPHY
Dir of photog
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LITERARY
Based on the novel The Tenth Woman by Harriet Theresa Comstock (Garden City, New York, 1923).
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Release Date:
25 August 1924
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Date
Copyright Number
Warner Brothers Pictures
10 September 1924
LP20563
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
6,900
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

Barry Compton, a young rancher, saves Willa Brookes from a suicide attempt, and as his housekeeper she becomes secretly infatuated with him. Visiting in the East, he renews acquaintance with a married flapper, Rose Ann, who deserts her husband after they quarrel and comes to the ranch. Willa believes Barry is in love with the married woman and runs away, but she is rescued from an accident just as Rose Ann's husband arrives to take his wife ...

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Barry Compton, a young rancher, saves Willa Brookes from a suicide attempt, and as his housekeeper she becomes secretly infatuated with him. Visiting in the East, he renews acquaintance with a married flapper, Rose Ann, who deserts her husband after they quarrel and comes to the ranch. Willa believes Barry is in love with the married woman and runs away, but she is rescued from an accident just as Rose Ann's husband arrives to take his wife home.

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AFI Life Achievement Award

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