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Cast overview:
Elvina Grey
The Piper
Landers Stevens ...
The Doctor
Lottie Williams ...
Aunt Hitty
Ralph McCullough ...
The Doctor's Son
Charlotte Pierce ...
Araminta Lee


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3 September 1922 (USA)  »

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The Veiled Woman (1922) --- Lost Silent ?
1 July 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

When sweethearts Elvina Grey ( Marguerite Snow ) and Dr. Dexter ( Landers Stevens ) are injured in a laboratory explosion, the cowardly physician leaves the small town when he is told that Elvina's face will be scarred for life. Twenty-five years later Elvina and the doctor return, she with a heavy veil over her face, and he a widower with a son, also a physician. When Dexter hears that Elvina is lonely, he wants to atone for his youthful folly and proposes marriage. Elvina not only refuses, she also lifts her veil to reveal a beautiful, unmarked face. Filled with remorse, the doctor commits suicide. It seems assured that Elvina will finally find happiness with a kindly gardener ,The Piper ( Edward Coxen ).

This 1922 melodrama was produced by the Renco Film Company, starring the beautiful actress Marguerite Snow. Sadly it now remains a lost silent film.

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