After completing a scene in the film where she danced on top of a table, Clara was told by her father Robert Bow, who arrived at the studio unannounced where this film was made, that her mother Sarah had just died (January 5, 1923). Clara was devastated by the news. See more »
It impresses me the way novels have been adapted for the silent screen like this film. One writer adapts it for the screen, another one works on character or dialogue, and then a final writer polishes up the script. The work that went behind this film was inspiring, but at the end of the day, I didn't find it entertaining.
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