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The Children in the House (1916)

Roy Somerville has turned out a rather interesting story that will hold the interest of the majority of audiences as produced by the Triangle-Fine Arts Company. It is a five-reel feature ... See full summary »

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Cora
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Alice (as Alice Rae)
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Jane Courtenay
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Charles Brown
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Fred Brown
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Jasper Vincent (as George Pearce)
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Arthur Vincent
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Al Fellowes
A.D. Blake ...
Gaffey (as Alva D. Blake)
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Violet Radcliffe ...
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Francis Carpenter ...
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Ninon Fovieri ...
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Roy Somerville has turned out a rather interesting story that will hold the interest of the majority of audiences as produced by the Triangle-Fine Arts Company. It is a five-reel feature and was produced under the direction of C.M. and S.S. Franklin, with Norma Talmadge as the star. Cora (Norma Talmadge) is wedded to Arthur Vincent (Eugene Pallette) and there are two children. Vincent is the son of the president of a bank and is devoting the greater part of his time to Jane Courtenay, a cabaret dancer, who is willing to have him devote his time to her as long as he is a good provider. The wife, who has been sadly neglected, turns to her sister, who is wedded to Fred Brown, a young detective. His brother Charles, who works in the elder Vincent's bank as a cashier, lives with them. He was Cora's first love and has never quite recovered from the fact that she jilted him to wed Vincent because of his money. The cabaret dancer makes several demands on the young Vincent, who tries to borrow...

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30 April 1916 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Le mystérieux caissier  »

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1.33 : 1
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Rare Norma Talmadge film is available on video.

One of a handful of Norma Talmadge films that are available on video, this is the story of a woman who marries the wrong man. When he is involved in a robbery, her former suitor is implicated. Copies of the film reside at the Eastman House (3 reels only) and UCLA (16 mm with tinted sequences and outtakes). Information supplied from Greta de Groat's website on Ms. Talmadge.


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