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Rosemary Climbs the Heights (1918)

Rosemary van Voort lives in the countryside with her elderly Dutch parents. She carves beautiful wooden dolls, and her work catches the eye of a group of artists who are having a picnic in ... See full summary »

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Rosemary Van Voort
Allan Forrest ...
Ricardo Fitzmaurice
Margaret Shelby ...
Wanda Held
Charlotte Mineau ...
Mme. Thamar Fedoreska
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Godfrey Van Voort
Nanine Wright ...
Hilda Van Voort
Jack Farrell ...
Jacob Lowenstein
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Andrieff
Louis King ...
Cornelius Simpson
Rosita Marstini ...
Mrs. Preston-Carr
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Rosemary van Voort lives in the countryside with her elderly Dutch parents. She carves beautiful wooden dolls, and her work catches the eye of a group of artists who are having a picnic in the area. Among them is Ricardo Fitzmaurice, an aspiring opera singer. The group convinces Rosemary to move to New York City in order to take full advantage of her talent. Soon she becomes wildly successful, but a problem arises--the temperamental Madame Fedoreska, who is in love with Ricardo, has been driven insane by his growing affection for Rosemary and threatens to kill her. When the Madame turns up shot to death, the police look at Rosemary as a suspect--and even worse, she has no alibi. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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November 1918 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Rose-Mary, la fée aux poupées  »

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