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Lady Vivienne is implicated in a murder as a result of refusing the romantic suit of Henry Porthen. Years later, in South Africa, she encounters the man she suspects of the murder. At the ... See full summary »

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Lady Vivienne
Noah Beery ...
Henry Porthen
Lloyd Whitlock ...
'Freddy' Sutherland
Raymond Blathwayt ...
Sir Hugh
Percy Challenger ...
Ebenezer Leamish
Helen Raymond ...
Joan Rudd
Landers Stevens ...
Wolf Montague
Robert Ellis ...
Kerry Burgess
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Buck Roper
Carl Stockdale ...
Liverpool Blondie
Christian J. Frank ...
Repington
Harry DeRoy ...
Koos (as Harry De Roy)
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Lady Vivienne is implicated in a murder as a result of refusing the romantic suit of Henry Porthen. Years later, in South Africa, she encounters the man she suspects of the murder. At the same time, another rejected suitor, Wolf Montague, threatens to destroy homesteaders obstructing his plans, and only Vivienne can warn them in time to avoid a catastrophic man-made flood. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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6 March 1922 (USA)  »

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Viviane  »

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A Jewel Production. Universal, lacking a proprietary theater chain, devised a 3-tiered feature branding system to market its product to independent theater owners: Red Feather (low-budget programmers), Bluebird (mainstream releases) and Jewel (prestige productions produced in hopes to draw higher roadshow ticket prices). This branding system remained in effect for about 15 years, fading away in late 1929. See more »

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