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The Branded Woman (1920)

 -  Drama  -  5 September 1920 (USA)
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Ruth Sawyer discovers that her mother has an ill-savory past and decides to withhold this information from the man she loves. But a crooked pal of Ruth's mother shows up with blackmail in ... See full summary »

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Ruth Sawyer
Percy Marmont ...
Douglas Courtenay
Vincent Serrano ...
Velvet Craft
George Fawcett ...
Judge Whitlock
Grace Studdiford ...
Dot Belmar
Gaston Glass ...
William Whitlock
Jean Armour ...
Mrs. Bolton
Edna Murphy ...
Vivian Bolton
Henry Carvill ...
Henry Bolton (as H.J. Carvill)
Charles Lane ...
Herbert Averill
Sidney Herbert ...
Detective
Edouard Durand ...
Jeweler
Henrietta Floyd ...
Miss Weir
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Ruth Sawyer discovers that her mother has an ill-savory past and decides to withhold this information from the man she loves. But a crooked pal of Ruth's mother shows up with blackmail in his plans. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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"I feel so ashamed in this dress." (original three-sheet poster)

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A Mulher Marcada  »

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Norma Talmadge as a woman with a secret and a blackmailer to prove it.

Norma Talmadge in her 28th feature plays a woman, raised by her grandfather, who learns her mother owns a gambling den. She tries to keep the information from her intended but a blackmailer enters the scene just to complicate matters. The tangled webs we weave...... This is Ms. Talmadge's third outing to a script by Anita Loos and her first film to be longer than six reels. A copy of the film in 35 mm is housed at the Library of Congress. Thanks to Greta de Groat for the above information gleaned from her website devoted to Ms. Talmadge.


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