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Ellen Linden
Donald Reed ...
Tom Galloway (as Ernest Gillen)
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Mrs. Rand
Lawson Butt ...
James Rand
Aggie Herring ...
Mrs. Galloway
James Neill ...
William Linden
Henry Kolker ...
Egbert Phillips
De Sacia Mooers ...
Mrs. Phillips
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Robert Cartwright
Lucille Hutton ...
Agnes Young
Arthur Hoyt ...
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Malcolm Denny ...
Lord Brackenridge
Thelma Morgan ...
Alice Cartwright
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When Ellen Linden comes back home from finishing school, she finds out that her wealthy father has lost all his money. She must get a job to help support the family, and goes to work as a secretary in the brokerage firm of Phillips and Rand. Both partners find themselves attracted to her, but each has a different approach: Phillipls takes the rough, aggressive route and Rand does the opposite, complimenting and flattering her at every opportunity. However, she falls in love with Tom Galloway, a young inventor who has come up with a new type of soft drink, "Here's How". in which Ellen attempts to interest the brokers. Phillips, however, doesn't take rejection lightly and schemes to break up Ellen and Galloway using his unwitting partner. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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4 May 1925 (USA)  »

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Early Alice Terry film among the lost.

One of the rare exceptions to Alice Terry's rule of working exclusively with her husband, director Rex Ingram, this feature was directed by Henry King. Unfortunately, the film is among the lost. There are no positive or negative prints known to exist at this time.


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