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The working title of this film was The Woman Who Dared. ...

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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
ETR
11 Dec 1920
p. 105
MPN
4 Dec 1920
pp. 4179-80
MPN
11 Dec 1920
p. 4501
MPW
13 Nov 1920
pp. 3662-63, 3724
Wid's
5 Dec 1920
p. 9
CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANY
DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTOR
PRODUCER
PHOTOGRAPHY
ART DIRECTORS
Tech dir
F. J. van Halle
Art titles
Art titles
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FILM EDITOR
DETAILS
Alternate Title:
The Woman Who Dared
Release Date:
5 December 1920
Production Date:

Copyright Info
Claimant
Date
Copyright Number
Parker Read, Jr.
24 November 1920
LP15836
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
6-7
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

Natalie Storm, a young woman struggling to support her mother and little sister through sweatshop labor, sees her mother die and her sister suffer for want of proper food and surroundings. This forces her to reject the proposal of Tom Chandler, a self-educated mining engineer, who then sets out for South America to make his fortune. To save her sister, Natalie becomes the mistress of Wall Street magnate Alvin Dunning, until he publicly humiliates her and she determines to free herself. Meanwhile, Chandler returns after having discovered a copper mine in South America. Invited to a party at the Dunning house, he meets Natalie as Dunning's mistress and, heartbroken, abruptly departs. Natalie, by now desperate, obtains a lucky stock tip that enables her to finally break with Dunning. Seeking her out, Dunning attempts to force her to return to him, and in a wild car ride, he is killed and Natalie severly injured. Upon opening her eyes after the crash, she sees Tom standing over her, and the lovers are ...

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Natalie Storm, a young woman struggling to support her mother and little sister through sweatshop labor, sees her mother die and her sister suffer for want of proper food and surroundings. This forces her to reject the proposal of Tom Chandler, a self-educated mining engineer, who then sets out for South America to make his fortune. To save her sister, Natalie becomes the mistress of Wall Street magnate Alvin Dunning, until he publicly humiliates her and she determines to free herself. Meanwhile, Chandler returns after having discovered a copper mine in South America. Invited to a party at the Dunning house, he meets Natalie as Dunning's mistress and, heartbroken, abruptly departs. Natalie, by now desperate, obtains a lucky stock tip that enables her to finally break with Dunning. Seeking her out, Dunning attempts to force her to return to him, and in a wild car ride, he is killed and Natalie severly injured. Upon opening her eyes after the crash, she sees Tom standing over her, and the lovers are reconciled.

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