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The Passionate Pilgrim (1921)

An innocent man goes to prison for obstruction of justice when his wife refuses to reveal that her father was killed by her mother (and it wasn't suicide). When he is finally released, he ... See full summary »

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Henry Calverly
Mary Newcomb ...
Cecily
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Madame Watt
Tom Guise ...
Senator Watt
Frankie Mann ...
Marjorie Daw
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Miriam Calverly
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Esther
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Hitt
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Qualters (as Charles Gerard)
Sam J. Ryan ...
Major McIntyre
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O'Rell
Albert Roccardi ...
Amme
Bernard A. Reinold ...
Listerly
Charles Brook ...
Trent
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Nurse Russell
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An innocent man goes to prison for obstruction of justice when his wife refuses to reveal that her father was killed by her mother (and it wasn't suicide). When he is finally released, he meets and becomes involved with a young woman who belongs to the town's influential elite. Once again, he finds himself caught up in intrigue - which eventually leads to his exposing the mayor of the town as corrupt. Written by Anonymous

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The girl was an heiress whose father "owned" the city. The man was a press reporter struggling against the wheels of grafting politics. When the two put their heads together- Come and thrill while the storm they started clears the air. (Print Ad-Beaver Falls Tribune, ((Beaver Falls, Penna. ))21 May 1921)

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2 January 1921 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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