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On her voyage to the United States, Marya Nisko ( Alice Brady ) falls
in love with another Polish immigrant, Sascha Rabinoff ( Jason Robards
Sr. ). Arriving and discovering her sister's poverty, she fails as a
lady's maid and then arranges an introduction to a theatrical manager,
though Sascha is opposed to her becoming a professional dancer. She
obtains an engagement through Stephen Ross ( Laurence Wheat ), who
arranges for her training. Meanwhile, unable to pursue his education
and reduced to the breadline, Sascha attracts the attention of a
wealthy philanthropist, Josef Marinoff ( Fuller Mellish ), who takes an
interest in his idea for a home for immigrants, and through Marinoff's
aid he and Marya are reunited.
This 1921 silent drama/romance was produced by the Realart Pictures Corporation and starred Alice Brady. My search for The Land of Hope finds it listed as a lost film. All I can provide the reader is this brief synopsis, hopefully a copy does survive and resurfaces for public viewing and a proper review.
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