The Danger Game (1918)

Comedy | 7 April 1918

Director:

Snub Pollard

Writer:

Roy Sommerville

Production Designer:

Hugo Ballin

Production Company:

Goldwyn Pictures Corp.
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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
ETR
13 Apr 18
p. 1538.
MPN
20 Apr 18
p. 2416.
MPW
13 Apr 18
p. 288.
MPW
2 Mar 18
p. 1268.
NYDM
13 Apr 18
p. 527.
Variety
26 Apr 18
p. 43.
Wid's
25 Apr 18
p. 1108.
DETAILS
Release Date:
7 April 1918
Copyright Claimant:
Goldwyn Pictures Corp.
Copyright Date:
1 April 1918
Copyright Number:
LP12264
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Wealthy Clytie Rogers writes a novel in which a society girl commits a burglary, but it is "roasted" by critic Jimmy Gilpin, who writes that her story is completely implausible. To prove him wrong, Clytie decides to feign a robbery and enters an apartment through an open window. She is apprehended by a policeman, who mistakes her for local robber "Powder Nose Annie." Gilpin sees her in jail and, posing as crook Jimmy of the Dives, arranges to break her out and take her on a robbing spree. Finally, Jimmy returns her to her parents and then calls at her home as Gilpin, the critic. Clytie is suprised but forgives the deception and agrees to marry ... +


Wealthy Clytie Rogers writes a novel in which a society girl commits a burglary, but it is "roasted" by critic Jimmy Gilpin, who writes that her story is completely implausible. To prove him wrong, Clytie decides to feign a robbery and enters an apartment through an open window. She is apprehended by a policeman, who mistakes her for local robber "Powder Nose Annie." Gilpin sees her in jail and, posing as crook Jimmy of the Dives, arranges to break her out and take her on a robbing spree. Finally, Jimmy returns her to her parents and then calls at her home as Gilpin, the critic. Clytie is suprised but forgives the deception and agrees to marry him. +

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