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The Danger Mark (1918)

 -  Drama  -  7 July 1918 (USA)
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Cast overview:
Elsie Ferguson ...
Geraldine Seagrave
Mahlon Hamilton ...
Duane Mallett
Crauford Kent ...
Jack Dysart
Gertrude McCoy ...
Sylvia Mallett
Edmund Burns ...
Scott Seagrave (as Edward Burns)
Maude Turner Gordon ...
Kathleen Severn (as Maud Turner Gordon)
William T. Carleton ...
Col. Mallett (as W.T. Carlton)


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7 July 1918 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

La menace du passé  »

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A Sad Loss For Silent Film Fans
7 January 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Geraldine Seagrave ( Elsie Ferguson ) and her brother Scott ( Edmund Burns ) have inherited the family estate after their father's death along with his predisposition for the bottle . They live a secluded life until Geraldine is the right age for her coming out party. During the party, prospective suitor Jack Dysart ( Crauford Kent ) prompts Geraldine to take a drink, and the girl ends up embarrassing herself in front of an old friend , Duane Mallet ( Mahlon Hamilton ). Duane's sister Sylvia ( Gertrude McCoy ) who is still very much in love with Jack , seeks Geraldine's help in winning him back. Geraldine tricks Jack into marrying Sylvia, then accepts Duane's marriage proposal, that saves her from the inherited curse of alcohol ...

Sadly, The Danger Mark , a Famous Players-Lasky produced silent film based on a dramatic play is now lost . It boasted two big silent film stars , Elsie Ferguson and Gertrude McCoy , both of whom careers did not survive talking pictures .

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