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Raoul Melnotte ( Ricardo Cortez ) returns from Chicago to the French
town of his birth in search of Marie Dufrayne ( Greta Nissen ), the
sweetheart of his college days, disappointed to find that she has
become a wealthy social climber in search of a titled husband. Raoul
proposes to Marie, but she turns him down when she discovers that he is
only a businessman. In league with her other two rejected suitors,
Raoul decides to masquerade as a prince, only revealing his true
identity after they are married. Learning that she has married a common
businessman, Marie at first is overcome with anger, but true love wins
out in the end, and she and Raoul settle down to a happy married life.
This 1925 comedy/romance was based on the novel, The Lady of Lyons by Edward George Bulwer-Lytton. The film was produced by the Famous Players-Lasky Corporation and starred Norwegian born actress Greta Nissen. Sadly it now remains a lost silent.
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