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Film Daily
26 Sep 1926
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Variety
8 Sep 1926
p. 17
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LITERARY
Based on the novel The Revelations of a Woman's Heart by Ruth D'Agostino (publication undetermined).
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DETAILS
Release Date:
15 September 1926
Premiere Information:
New York opening: 3 Sep 1926
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Sterling Pictures Distributing Corp.
10 September 1926
LP23088
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,800
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Eve marries John Waring for his money though she is infatuated with Ralph Deane and has informed John of the fact. From Ralph she accepts a dinner engagement, which, she insists, will be their farewell; but he conquers her resistance, and John, though he loves her, arranges for a divorce. Though her sister, Patsy, proves that Ralph is a rotter, Eve refuses to be convinced. John confronts Ralph when he tries to seduce Patsy. Vixen, Ralph's jealous mistress, shoots him; and when, following the discovery of Vixen's suicide, John is cleared, he and Eve are happily ...

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Eve marries John Waring for his money though she is infatuated with Ralph Deane and has informed John of the fact. From Ralph she accepts a dinner engagement, which, she insists, will be their farewell; but he conquers her resistance, and John, though he loves her, arranges for a divorce. Though her sister, Patsy, proves that Ralph is a rotter, Eve refuses to be convinced. John confronts Ralph when he tries to seduce Patsy. Vixen, Ralph's jealous mistress, shoots him; and when, following the discovery of Vixen's suicide, John is cleared, he and Eve are happily reconciled.

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Domestic


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AFI Life Achievement Award

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