Successful financier and industrialist Gerald Cranston ( James Kirkwood ),who worked his way up through the ranks, enters into a marriage of convenience with Lady Hermione ( Alma Rubens ), from which he hopes to gain social prestige, while Hermione, for her part, desires financial independence. Gordon Ibbotsleigh ( Walter McGrail ) attempts to win Hermione's affection, while Hermione's cousin Angela ( Marguerite De La Motte ) directs her wiles toward Gerald. Both efforts fail, however, and the threat of financial ruin finally and firmly unites the Cranstons.
This 1924 silent drama was produced by the Fox Film Corporation and based on the novel, Gerald Cranston's Lady by Gilbert Frankau. Starring James Kirkwood and Alma Rubens, the status of this film now remains unknown.
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