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ETR
17 Jan 20
p. 713.
MPN
24 Jan 20
p. 1139.
MPW
24 Jan 20
p. 637.
New York Times
18 Sep 20
p. 2326.
Variety
16 Jan 20
p. 62.
Wid's
18 Jan 20
p. 5.
DETAILS
Release Date:
4 January 1920
Copyright Claimant:
Thomas H. Ince
Copyright Date:
22 December 1919
Copyright Number:
LP14570
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,410
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

When Mary Moreland returns from school, she accidentally discovers a photo of a woman in her father's suitcase. Deciding to protect her mother and save her father from this "wicked woman," Mary plots to meet her. She places an ad in the paper for an escort, and Billy Fiske, the newspaper owner's son answers and is hired. Mary discovers the woman whose name is Dollie, at a dance hall and makes her acquaintance; Dollie invites Mary to her apartment. Mary contrives a meeting with her father at Dollie's apartment and when they are all brought face to face, he realizes the error of his ways. Billy also comes to the realization that he is in love with ... +


When Mary Moreland returns from school, she accidentally discovers a photo of a woman in her father's suitcase. Deciding to protect her mother and save her father from this "wicked woman," Mary plots to meet her. She places an ad in the paper for an escort, and Billy Fiske, the newspaper owner's son answers and is hired. Mary discovers the woman whose name is Dollie, at a dance hall and makes her acquaintance; Dollie invites Mary to her apartment. Mary contrives a meeting with her father at Dollie's apartment and when they are all brought face to face, he realizes the error of his ways. Billy also comes to the realization that he is in love with Mary. +

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Offscreen Credit
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AFI Life Achievement Award

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