Her Marriage Vow (1924)

Drama | 20 July 1924

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Exhibitors Trade Review
20 Dec 1924
p. 50
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Based on the play At the Switch; or Her Marriage Vow, a Play in Four Acts by Owen Davis (c1920).
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20 July 1924
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Warner Brothers Pictures
26 July 1924
LP20430
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
6,800
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

When neglected by her hard-working husband, Carol Hilton attends a party given by Estelle Winslow and appears to her husband--who watches from their apartment--to be carrying on a flirtation with her former suitor, Ted Lowe. He effects a separation, but her devotion to the children leads to their ...

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When neglected by her hard-working husband, Carol Hilton attends a party given by Estelle Winslow and appears to her husband--who watches from their apartment--to be carrying on a flirtation with her former suitor, Ted Lowe. He effects a separation, but her devotion to the children leads to their reconciliation.

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AFI Life Achievement Award

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