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GEOGRAPHIC LOCATIONS
SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
ETR
19 Oct 1918
p. 1703
MPN
9 Nov 1918
p. 2893
MPW
26 Oct 1918
p. 543
MPW
3 Aug 1918
p. 717
New York Times
18 Nov 1918
p. 13
NYDM
23 Nov 1918
p. 774
Variety
22 Nov 1918
p. 46
DETAILS
Release Date:
17 November 1918
Production Date:

Copyright Info
Claimant
Date
Copyright Number
Famous Players-Lasky Corp.
11 October 1918
LP12965
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,869
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

Phyllis Ashbrook hosts a party in the Adirondacks for her fiancé, Roger Mason, and their engaged friends, John Manning and Anita Webb. In a climbing expedition, Phyllis and John are separated from the others by a storm and seek refuge in a cabin. To save her reputation, Phyllis' parents insist that she marry John immediately, after which they may obtain a divorce and marry their respective partners. After the ceremony, John leaves for China so as to provide grounds for divorce, but upon discovering that he has mistakenly taken his new wife's suitcase, he returns to his apartment, where he finds Phyllis. Anita and Roger arrive and confess their devotion to each other, and when John and Phyllis realize that they, too, are in love, the divorce plans are ...

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Phyllis Ashbrook hosts a party in the Adirondacks for her fiancé, Roger Mason, and their engaged friends, John Manning and Anita Webb. In a climbing expedition, Phyllis and John are separated from the others by a storm and seek refuge in a cabin. To save her reputation, Phyllis' parents insist that she marry John immediately, after which they may obtain a divorce and marry their respective partners. After the ceremony, John leaves for China so as to provide grounds for divorce, but upon discovering that he has mistakenly taken his new wife's suitcase, he returns to his apartment, where he finds Phyllis. Anita and Roger arrive and confess their devotion to each other, and when John and Phyllis realize that they, too, are in love, the divorce plans are abandoned.

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