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In Folly's Trail (1920)

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Lita O'Farrell
Thomas Holding ...
Charles Howard
Arthur Clayton ...
Ronnie
George B. Williams ...
Max Goldberg
Viola Lind ...
Mavis
W.H. Bainbridge ...
Col. Houston
Beth Ivins ...
Pattie Houston (as Beth Ivans)
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In Folly's Trail (1920) -- Lost Silent Film ?
21 June 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

At a party thrown by millionaire Max Goldberg ( George B. Williams ), Charles Howard ( Thomas Holding ), an aristocratic young artist, capitulate to the glamour of chorus girl Lita O'Farrell ( Carmel Myers ), Goldberg's erstwhile girl friend. After a whirlwind courtship, the two marry and then their incompatibilities begin to surface. Howard's cold, superior attitude drives Lila back to Goldberg's crowd, where Howard finds her. Confronted by Howard with the accusation of wife stealing, Goldberg turns the tables by lecturing to the artist about the right way to treat one's wife. Fully humiliated., Howard now begs Lita's forgiveness and the two are happily reconciled.

This 1920 drama was produced by Universal Film and starred the beautiful actress Carmel Myers. Sadly it now remains a lost silent film.


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