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MPN
29 Apr 16
p. 2559.
MPW
6 May 16
p. 981.
New York Times
17 Apr 16
p. 9.
Variety
9 Dec 16
p. 1549.
Wid's
20 Apr 16
p. 523.
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LITERARY
Based on the novel Thelma by Marie Corelli (Chicago and New York, 1887).
AUTHOR
DETAILS
Release Date:
16 April 1916
Copyright Claimant:
William Fox
Copyright Date:
16 April 1916
Copyright Number:
LP8094
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Escaping from the shallowness of London society, Sir Philip goes to Norway, where he falls in love with Thelma. While Philip is mountain climbing, however, his rival for Thelma, the wealthy, unscrupulous Mr. Dyceworthy, tries to seduce her. Philip returns just in time to save Thelma, and then, after marrying her, brings her to London. After Thelma is introduced to British high society, a jealous former sweetheart starts spreading rumors of Philip's infidelity. Naively believing the stories, Thelma becomes convinced that Philip is no better than Dyceworthy, and so she returns, alone, to Norway. Philip follows her, however, and is reconciled with Thelma after proving to her that all of the rumors were ... +


Escaping from the shallowness of London society, Sir Philip goes to Norway, where he falls in love with Thelma. While Philip is mountain climbing, however, his rival for Thelma, the wealthy, unscrupulous Mr. Dyceworthy, tries to seduce her. Philip returns just in time to save Thelma, and then, after marrying her, brings her to London. After Thelma is introduced to British high society, a jealous former sweetheart starts spreading rumors of Philip's infidelity. Naively believing the stories, Thelma becomes convinced that Philip is no better than Dyceworthy, and so she returns, alone, to Norway. Philip follows her, however, and is reconciled with Thelma after proving to her that all of the rumors were false. +

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