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Release Date:
12 June 1922
Copyright Claimant:
Metro Pictures
Copyright Date:
12 June 1922
Copyright Number:
LP17962
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,700
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Katherine Trowbridge, a rebellious young orphan, lives with her aunt and uncle, the Curtises, who desire a match between Katherine and Weathersbee but pretend to oppose the union, knowing she will be the more likely to accept it. Accidentally discovering their trickery, she leaves home and determines to marry the first man who will have her. Consequently she offers herself to a bearded lumberjack (actually Dick Wells, a former suitor in disguise), and he accepts her. She is forced to go to a logging camp and there to cook and otherwise make herself useful. Kelly, a camp agitator, captures Katherine when she tries to escape from her husband, but Dick trails them and rescues her after a savage fight. When the doctor removes Dick's beard to dress a wound, Katherine recognizes him and finds that she has learned to love ... +


Katherine Trowbridge, a rebellious young orphan, lives with her aunt and uncle, the Curtises, who desire a match between Katherine and Weathersbee but pretend to oppose the union, knowing she will be the more likely to accept it. Accidentally discovering their trickery, she leaves home and determines to marry the first man who will have her. Consequently she offers herself to a bearded lumberjack (actually Dick Wells, a former suitor in disguise), and he accepts her. She is forced to go to a logging camp and there to cook and otherwise make herself useful. Kelly, a camp agitator, captures Katherine when she tries to escape from her husband, but Dick trails them and rescues her after a savage fight. When the doctor removes Dick's beard to dress a wound, Katherine recognizes him and finds that she has learned to love him. +

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