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Can a Woman Love Twice? (1923)

Mary Grant, whose husband was killed in the war, has to support herself and her young son Tom by working in a cabaret because her husband's parents disapprove of and won't help her--but they want to adopt Tom. Complications ensue.

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Mary Grant
Muriel Frances Dana ...
Thomas Jefferson Grant Jr (as Muriel Dana)
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Mrs. Grant
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Coleman Grant
Victory Bateman ...
Mary's Landlady
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Franklyn Chase
Bertram Anderson-Smith ...
Detective Means (as Anderson Smith)
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Abner Grant
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Abner's Son
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Thomas Jefferson Grant
Carrie Clark Ward ...
Housekeeper
Madge Hunt ...
Nurse
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Mary Grant, whose husband was killed in the war, has to support herself and her young son Tom by working in a cabaret because her husband's parents disapprove of and won't help her--but they want to adopt Tom. Complications ensue.

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4 March 1923 (USA)  »

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Can a Woman Love Twice? (1923) - Lost ?
29 March 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

War widow Mary Grant ( Ethel Clayton ) is forced to support herself and her child, Tom, by working in a cabaret, because her deceased husband's parents disapprove of her. They wish to adopt Tom, however; and Mary accepts the offer of Abner Grant ( Al Hart ) (who lost in the war a son with the same name as that of Mary's husband) to live with him on his ranch. To everyone's surprise, Abner's son ( Malcolm McGregor )returns very much alive, but Abner's prewar displeasure with his son has not subsided. He is even more angry when he learns that Mary is not actually his daughter-in-law, but finally he relents and Mary gladly accepts young Grant's marriage proposal.

This 1923 silent social/drama was produced by the Robertson-Cole Pictures Corporation, starring Ethel Clayton. The survival status of Can a Woman Love Twice? is listed as unknown, sadly suggesting it may now be a lost silent film.


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