Joyce Addison, wife of an American attache in Madrid, looks to her painting as sole entertainment, as her husband neglects her for business. One night late, while driving, she meets and is ... See full summary »

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(as Frank Beresford), (story "La Rubia")
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Joyce Addisonn
Lewis Dayton ...
John Addison
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Joseffa
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Louise Bates Mortimer
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Joyce Addison, wife of an American attache in Madrid, looks to her painting as sole entertainment, as her husband neglects her for business. One night late, while driving, she meets and is robbed by a bandit who proves sufficiently chivalrous to see her home. She recognized in him a good subject for a painting, so persuades him to pose. This leads to a dangerous friendship and a trip to a notorious cafe where she is seen by an old friend. She sees the wisdom of giving up her bandit and, much to his unhappiness, tells him it is all impossible. Her husband overhears and determines to reform and be sweetheart as well as husband. Moving Picture World Written by Pamela Short

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19 September 1923 (USA)  »

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Old Madrid  »

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Referenced in Sherlock Jr. (1924) See more »

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