Lily, an innocent young girl, is convinced to pose nude for a young sculptor. They fall in love, but the sculptor fears the effect of marriage on his work and neglects Lily. Ultimately, in ... See full summary »

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Frank Losee ...
Senator Calkins
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Dick Laird
Cecil Fletcher ...
Stephen Bennett
Gertrude Berkeley ...
Mrs. Kardos
Corene Uzzell ...
Ann Merkle (as Corinne Usell)
Charles Wellesley ...
Mrs. Atwell
Henry Leone ...
Anselm Kardos
Robert Cummings ...
Phineas Bennett
Ned Burton ...
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Lily, an innocent young girl, is convinced to pose nude for a young sculptor. They fall in love, but the sculptor fears the effect of marriage on his work and neglects Lily. Ultimately, in despair, she marries a wealthy older man but does not find happiness there. Only near-tragedy and scandal are able, ironically, to bring her that happiness. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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18 February 1918 (USA)  »

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