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Based on the novel The Blood Red Dawn by Charles Caldwell Dobie (New York, 1920).
DETAILS
Release Date:
11 September 1921
Copyright Claimant:
Vitagraph Co. of America
Copyright Date:
19 July 1921
Copyright Number:
LP16768
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Claire Robson finds herself falling in love with Ned Wellman, a wealthy man who saves her from the unwelcome attentions of Flint, her former employer; but her romance is abruptly ended by Mrs. Candor, who has designs on Wellman and informs Claire that he is already married. Months later she consents to marry Dr. Danilo, out of respect and gratitude for his saving her mother's life, but she then discovers that Wellman's wife is dead and had been hopeless insane. At the wedding reception, Danilo learns of her connections with Wellman and Flint, and excited by jealousy he attempts to shoot Claire and then shoots himself. Dying, Danilo perceives Claire's innocence and accepts her love for ... +


Claire Robson finds herself falling in love with Ned Wellman, a wealthy man who saves her from the unwelcome attentions of Flint, her former employer; but her romance is abruptly ended by Mrs. Candor, who has designs on Wellman and informs Claire that he is already married. Months later she consents to marry Dr. Danilo, out of respect and gratitude for his saving her mother's life, but she then discovers that Wellman's wife is dead and had been hopeless insane. At the wedding reception, Danilo learns of her connections with Wellman and Flint, and excited by jealousy he attempts to shoot Claire and then shoots himself. Dying, Danilo perceives Claire's innocence and accepts her love for Wellman. +

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AFI Life Achievement Award

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