Businessman Philip Nuneham pays more attention to his business of building power plants than he does to his wife Christabel. Feeling neglected and unloved, Christabel is receptive to the ... See full summary »

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Gladys Hanson ...
Christabel Nuneham
Walter Law ...
Sir James Nuneham
Ferdinand Tidmarsh ...
Philip Nuneham
George Soule Spencer ...
Sylvanus Rebbings
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George Clarke ...
The Bishop of Trentistown
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The Rev. Joseph Cushway
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Deacon Shergold
Bartley McCullum ...
Ben Possiter
Richard Wangermann ...
Hassell (as Richard Wangemann)
Eleanor Dunn ...
Ione Nuneham
Betty Brice ...
Phoebe Ransford (as Rosetta Brice)
Ruth Bryan ...
Naomi Rebbings
Frankie Mann
Florence Hackett
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Businessman Philip Nuneham pays more attention to his business of building power plants than he does to his wife Christabel. Feeling neglected and unloved, Christabel is receptive to the attentions of Rex Allan, a young army officer. When his regiment is suddenly called to duty in India, he convinces Christabel to secretly accompany him to Southampton to see him off. She spends the night with him, and on her way home the next day she is involved in auto accident and injured. Renowned evangelist Sylvanus Rebbings rescues her. He has the largest congregation in the country, but has incurred the enmity of the religious establishment because of his "radical" views on religion and religious hypocrisy, Christabel finds out that she really needs his help when Rex comes home from India and she attempts to end their affair, but her husband discovers her infidelity and threatens to divorce her and keep their daughter Ione. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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17 January 1916 (USA)  »

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