Stenographer Dorothy Hallowell works for a Wall Street law firm, and isn't aware that Frederick Norman, a junior partner in the firm, is madly in love with her, even though he is engaged to... See full summary »

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Lillian Walker ...
Dorothy Hallowell, the 'Grain of Dust'
Ramsey Wallace ...
Frederick Norman
Ralph Delmore ...
James Galloway
James O'Neill ...
William Tetlow
Corene Uzzell ...
Ursula Norman (as Corinne Uzzell)
Edith Day ...
Josephine Burroughs
Richard Wangermann ...
John Hallowell (as Richard Wangerman)
Jacques Tyrol ...
Prince Boris
Cecil Fletcher ...
New Minister
Elizabeth Ferris ...
Emily Howe
George Henry ...
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Redfield Clarke ...
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Marjorie Vonnegut ...
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Charles Eldridge ...
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Lawrence Evart ...
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Stenographer Dorothy Hallowell works for a Wall Street law firm, and isn't aware that Frederick Norman, a junior partner in the firm, is madly in love with her, even though he is engaged to be married. To get closer to her, he finances her father's laboratory, but when Dorothy realizes what he's up to, she turns him down. His fiancee finds out and breaks their engagement. Dorothy moves back to her small town, but soon runs into trouble when stories of her "unseemly behavior" in New York result in her having to leave town and return to New York, where she manages to get into even more trouble. Complications ensue. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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February 1918 (USA)  »

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A Grain of Dust  »

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