Director:

Maxwell Karger

Writer:

June Mathis

Cinematographer:

Allen G. Siegler

Production Designer:

Joseph Calder

Production Company:

Metro Pictures Corp.
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LITERARY
Based on the short story "Hate" by Wadsmorth Camp in The Communicating Door (Garden City, New York, 1923).
DETAILS
Release Date:
20 May 1922
Copyright Claimant:
Metro Pictures
Copyright Date:
20 May 1922
Copyright Number:
LP17930
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,500
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Gamblers Dave Hume and Ed Felton are rivals for the love of Babe Lennox, a chorus girl. Hume informs on Felton, and though the latter is arrested he is released on bail, and Talbot, the attorney, warns Hume to stay clear of him. Hume, who is in ill health, determines to commit suicide, making it appear that Felton killed him; and (concealing a record of his plans on a small statuette) he makes a wager with Felton that he can do so. When Hume is found dead, Talbot prosecutes the case against Felton, and just as Felton is about to be electrocuted Babe delivers the statue by which his innocence is proved. Babe, who had denounced Talbot for having convicted Felton, acknowledges her love for him; and all ends ... +


Gamblers Dave Hume and Ed Felton are rivals for the love of Babe Lennox, a chorus girl. Hume informs on Felton, and though the latter is arrested he is released on bail, and Talbot, the attorney, warns Hume to stay clear of him. Hume, who is in ill health, determines to commit suicide, making it appear that Felton killed him; and (concealing a record of his plans on a small statuette) he makes a wager with Felton that he can do so. When Hume is found dead, Talbot prosecutes the case against Felton, and just as Felton is about to be electrocuted Babe delivers the statue by which his innocence is proved. Babe, who had denounced Talbot for having convicted Felton, acknowledges her love for him; and all ends well. +

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