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David Compton leaves his expecting French girl-friend Louise Boucher, a dancer at the Moulin Rouge, for the war where he looses his memory. Building a new life from scratch after the war, ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
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Louise Boucher / Deloryse
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David Compton / David Anson-Pond
Josephine Earle ...
Mrs. Anson-Pond
Marie Ault ...
Henrietta
Myrtle Peter ...
Davy
A. Harding Steerman ...
Doctor
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tom Coventry
Aubrey Fitzgerald
Donald Searle
Madge Tree
George Turner
Henry Vibart
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David Compton leaves his expecting French girl-friend Louise Boucher, a dancer at the Moulin Rouge, for the war where he looses his memory. Building a new life from scratch after the war, he gets married in London. Louise, now a mother, thinks him dead. She becomes a famous dancer under the name Deloryse but falls gravely ill. One night, as David is in the audience of her show, he recovers his memory. When she learns that David is married to another woman, Louise turns her son in the care of David's new wife and accepting a dancing job at a party, she dies there of exhaustion and sorrow. Written by Greg Philip {greg_philip@hotmail.com}

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4 February 1924 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

De mujer a mujer  »

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According to a contemporary interview of Betty Compson by The Picturegoer, Graham Cutts used a "modern" wireless loudspeaker instead of a megaphone to direct crowd scenes. See more »

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Remade as Woman to Woman (1929) See more »

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The 24 Year Old Alfred Hitchcock
15 September 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

After taking evening classes at the University of London, Alfred Hitchcock joined forces with Lasky Players as a title designer. In this film, he was given the opportunity to write the screenplay. Not the most interesting film to watch, but it just goes to show that a director can also write their own material.


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