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ETR
2 Oct 20
p. 1926.
MPN
2 Oct 20
p. 2711.
MPW
2 Oct 20
p. 689.
New York Morning Telegraph
12 Sep 1920.
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Wid's
19 Sep 20
p. 9.
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Based on the play Clothes by Channing Pollock, Avery Hopwood (New York, 11 Sep 1906).
DETAILS
Release Date:
27 September 1920
Copyright Claimant:
Metro Pictures Corp.
Copyright Date:
17 September 1920
Copyright Number:
LP15557
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Olivia Sherwood, mistakenly believing that she has inherited a large estate from her father, spends money wantonly. In reality, her funds are supplied by unscrupulous attorney Arnold West, whose ulterior motive is to possess Olivia. When she falls in love with wealthy Richard Burbank, West becomes enraged. While at a party, West confronts Olivia with the truth and threatens to expose her unless she marries him. Olivia frantically attempts to escape his advances and as West pursues her, he falls down the stairs and breaks his neck. Burbank overhears the entire confrontation and forgives Olivia, and they ... +


Olivia Sherwood, mistakenly believing that she has inherited a large estate from her father, spends money wantonly. In reality, her funds are supplied by unscrupulous attorney Arnold West, whose ulterior motive is to possess Olivia. When she falls in love with wealthy Richard Burbank, West becomes enraged. While at a party, West confronts Olivia with the truth and threatens to expose her unless she marries him. Olivia frantically attempts to escape his advances and as West pursues her, he falls down the stairs and breaks his neck. Burbank overhears the entire confrontation and forgives Olivia, and they marry. +

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