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Frederick Harmon
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Charles O'Malley
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15 November 1925 (USA)  »

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Fifty-Fifty (1925) -- Lost Silent ?
19 July 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

During a business trip to Paris, Frederick Harmon (Lionel Barrymore), a wealthy American, meets beautiful Ginette (Hope Hampton), a fashion model by day and apache dancer by night. In a nightclub fight, he saves her from two apaches only to discover later that both the nightclub and fight were phony, existing only in order to amuse and fleece gullible American tourists. Frederick marries Ginette and returns with her to New York, where he soon becomes involved with Nina Olmstead (Louise Glaum), a scheming divorcée. Ginette learns of the affair and decides to win her husband back by flirting with Jean (Jean Del Val), an old flame. Nina learns of Ginette's flirtation and uses it to widen the breach between the Harmons. Frederick learns of Nina's duplicity and is gratefully reconciled with Ginette, whose loyalty he has come to trust implicitly.

This 1925 silent drama was produced by Encore Pictures, directed by Henri Diamant-Berger and the story written by Allan Dwan. Starring Lionel Barrymore, Hope Hampton and Louise Glaum in her final movie appearance in 1925. This film is now listed as unknown, sadly suggesting it may now be a lost silent.


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