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The Isle of Conquest (1919)

 -  Drama  -  26 October 1919 (USA)
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A woman unhappily married to a blackguard is washed ashore after a shipwreck and finds her sole companion to be a young man recently jilted. Both of them despise the opposite sex, but after... See full summary »

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Ethel Harmon
Wyndham Standing ...
John Arnold
Charles K. Gerrard ...
Van Surdam
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Mrs. Harmon
Natalie Talmadge ...
Janis Harmon
Claire Whitney ...
Claire Wilson
Gareth Hughes ...
Jack Frazier
Joseph W. Smiley ...
Dr. Chase
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William Bailey
Merceita Esmond
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A woman unhappily married to a blackguard is washed ashore after a shipwreck and finds her sole companion to be a young man recently jilted. Both of them despise the opposite sex, but after a little time on the island.... Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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26 October 1919 (USA)  »

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By Right of Conquest  »

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Shipwrecked on an island with you. A lost film.

Norma Talmadge's 23rd feature film is among the lost. The plot involved a woman who was married to an abusive husband, who is shipwrecked and washed up on an island with a misogynist. Thanks to Greta de Groat for her website devoted to the films of Ms. Talmadge and from which the above is gleaned.


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