Credited cast:
Gladys Walton ...
Christine Trevor
Frederick Vogeding ...
Dr. Paul Denton
William Worthington ...
Joshua Barton
Freeman Wood ...
Cortland Van Ness
George Hackathorne ...
Laurie Trevor
Charles De Briac ...
Daffy Trevor
Raymond De Briac ...
Dilly Trevor
Milton Markwell ...
Douglas Barton
T.D. Crittenden ...
John Trevor (as Dwight Crittendon)
Robert Dunbar ...
Robert Graves
Olah Norman ...
Amelia (as Ola Norman)
Leigh Wyant ...
Jennie Chubb
Hugh Saxon ...
Mike (butler)
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Jean De Briac ...


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High Heels ( 1921 ) -- Lost Silent
2 August 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Christine Trevor ( Gladys Walton ), a spoiled and selfish society girl of 18, neglects her sister and two brothers and merely tolerates her indulgent father. When her father suddenly dies, leaving them virtually penniless, Christine all but deserts the family to marry a social parasite. Dr. Paul Denton ( Frederick Vogeding ), the family physician, prevents the marriage by appealing to her better nature and helps her build a home for the family. She rescues her grouchy old neighbour from his burning house, though he is the very man who is responsible for wrecking the family fortune out of vengeance for a wrong against him years earlier; and he comes to admire her. At last, Christine realizes her love for Dr. Denton, and they are united.

This 1921 silent drama was produced by The Universal Film Manufacturing Company and starred beautiful stage and silent screen actress, Gladys Walton. Sadly, High Heels remains one her many lost films.

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