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Indiscreet Corinne (1917)

Bored with her life as the daughter of wealthy parents, Corinne Chilvers answers an ad in the paper for a woman with a lurid past. Hired to secure a declaration of marriage from South ... See full summary »

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Corinne Chilvers
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Nicholas Fenwick
Joseph Bennett ...
Rocky Van Sandt
Josie Sedgwick ...
Pansy Hartley
Annette DeFoe ...
Florette
Lillian Langdon ...
Mrs. Chilvers
Tom Guise ...
Mr. Chilvers
Lou Conley ...
Aunt Theodora
Thornton Edwards ...
'Live Wire' Dodge
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P.A. Britton
Harry L. Rattenberry ...
Mr. Cotter Brown
Anna Dodge ...
Mrs. Cotter Brown
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Bored with her life as the daughter of wealthy parents, Corinne Chilvers answers an ad in the paper for a woman with a lurid past. Hired to secure a declaration of marriage from South American millionaire Nicholas Fenwick, Corinne assumes the identity of a masked dancer to attract Fenwick's attention. Competing with Corinne for Fenwick's affections is Pansy Hartley, a woman who actually does have a shady past. After a series of misadventures, Fenwick falls in love with Corinne, whose parents, scandalized by their daughter's escapades, disown her. Reporting to her employers that Fenwick has proposed to her, Corinne discovers that the young man is not a millionaire, but rather the object of a publicity stunt, which is aborted when Corinne and Fenwick really do get married. Fenwick then approaches Corinne's parents and persuades them to forgive their daughter for her scandalous behavior. Written by Pamela Short

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11 November 1917 (USA)  »

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