B.F.Zeidman. Distributed by Principal Pictures. February 29, 1924. Silent; b&w. 35mm. 6 reels.
Directed by William Beaudine. Titles: Harvey Thew. Adaptation: Eve Unsell. Story: Caleb Proctor. Photographed by: Charles Van Enger. Art Director: Joseph Wright. Film Editor: Edward McDermott.
Cast: Marie Prevost (Marjory Hadley), Monte Blue (Kent Merrill), Clara Bow (Lila Millas), Edythe Chapman (Mrs. Hadley), Wilfred Lucas (Mark Hadley).
Newly rich Mark Hadley drifts from his old-fashioned wife into a secret liason with Lila Millas, a pretty French girl. At the same time, he advises his daughter, Marjory, to break her ties with Kent Merrill, a "chippy-chasing young rounder." Marjory visits Lila, who was her school friend in Paris, and is shocked to find her father there. She upbraids him and, heedless of his previous advice, goes with Merrill to his summer place. En route, they are sobered by an automobile accident, and they get married. Hadley confesses his misdeeds to his wife and is forgiven. (From: "The American Film Institute Catalogue of Feature Films")
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