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Lost Carmel Myers Film ?
22 March 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The survival status of this film is listed as unknown. The story is about an author, Vance McPhee ( William Russell ) who on the advice of his doctor, goes for a well needed rest at his home in the country. There he encounters a mysterious woman, Florence Brown ( Carmel Myers ) who is being pursued by a gang of men. Florence asks Vance for protection without giving a reason. Vance is able to fight off the assailants and finds that they are seeking a box containing valuable patents belonging to Florence's father. Having fallen in love with Florence, Vance happily follows his doctor's advice and marries her.

This comedy/romance was produced by the Fox Film Corporation and starred the glamorous Carmel Myers. Variety said of the film that it was a, "Corking comedy, built solely for laughs.. For fans of silent cinema, one hopes a copy of this film survives and resurfaces.


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