Florence Brent is the daughter of Bennington Brent, who runs a successful laundry business. Florence's childhood friend, John Oglesby, is a Congressman. When Florence visits her friend, ... See full summary »

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Rita Jolivet ...
Florence Brent
Marc Robbins ...
Bennington Brent
Elliott Dexter ...
John Oglesby
Grace Carlyle ...
Eleanor Williamson (as Grace Carlisle)
Olive White ...
Mrs. Williamson
Courtenay Foote ...
Duke of Burritz
Page Peters ...
Count Janefski
Herbert Standing ...
Adelaide Woods ...
Agnes Sotherton
Jean Woodbury ...
The Archduchess
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Florence Brent is the daughter of Bennington Brent, who runs a successful laundry business. Florence's childhood friend, John Oglesby, is a Congressman. When Florence visits her friend, Eleanor Williamson, in Washington D.C., she meets Eleanor's fiancé, who is a Count. The Duke of Buritz, a countryman of the Count, tries to corrupt Oglesby for political reasons. Meanwhile, the Count breaks his engagement to Eleanor, having become enamored of Florence. Oglesby eventually exposes the duplicity of the Count and Duke. Written by scsu1975

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Comedy | Drama

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23 July 1916 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Some newspapers claimed this would be Jolivet's last film. Her husband, Count Cippico, only allowed her to make the film because she had signed the contact prior to their marriage. See more »

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