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BIBLIOGRAPHIC SOURCES
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
ETR
28 Feb 20
1323
MPN
10 Jan 20
p. 751.
MPN
7 Feb 20
p. 1533.
MPW
10 Jan 20
p. 191.
MPW
14 Feb 20
p. 1115.
New York Times
16 Feb 20
p. 8.
Variety
20 Feb 20
p. 40.
Wid's
22 Feb 20
p. 14.
DETAILS
Release Date:
February 1920
Copyright Claimant:
Goldwyn Picture Corp.
Copyright Date:
31 December 1919
Copyright Number:
LP14692
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

Cassy Cara, a struggling young singer and daughter of an old, crippled Portuguese violinist, is in love with Keith Lennox, an upstanding young man who is engaged to socialite Margaret Austen. Margaret's mother wishes her to wed the wealthy but unscrupulous Monty Paliser and succeeds in breaking her daughter's engagement by reporting that she had witnessed Cassy emerging from Lennox's apartment. However, Paliser admires Cassy, who, to relieve her father's financial distress, agrees to marry the scoundrel. The victim of a mock ceremony, Cassy discovers Paliser's treachery too late and leaves him in a rage, going directly to Lennox with her story. She plans to kill Paliser that night at the opera, while, unknown to her, Lennox has formulated a similar plan to which he alludes at his club. That night, Paliser is stabbed to death, and Lennox arrested for the crime. To shield him, Cassy confesses to the crime, but Lennox denies her statement. Before either can be prosecuted, Cassy's father admits that he stabbed Paliser and then dies of a heart attack, thus clearing both ... +


Cassy Cara, a struggling young singer and daughter of an old, crippled Portuguese violinist, is in love with Keith Lennox, an upstanding young man who is engaged to socialite Margaret Austen. Margaret's mother wishes her to wed the wealthy but unscrupulous Monty Paliser and succeeds in breaking her daughter's engagement by reporting that she had witnessed Cassy emerging from Lennox's apartment. However, Paliser admires Cassy, who, to relieve her father's financial distress, agrees to marry the scoundrel. The victim of a mock ceremony, Cassy discovers Paliser's treachery too late and leaves him in a rage, going directly to Lennox with her story. She plans to kill Paliser that night at the opera, while, unknown to her, Lennox has formulated a similar plan to which he alludes at his club. That night, Paliser is stabbed to death, and Lennox arrested for the crime. To shield him, Cassy confesses to the crime, but Lennox denies her statement. Before either can be prosecuted, Cassy's father admits that he stabbed Paliser and then dies of a heart attack, thus clearing both lovers. +

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