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Robert, a young steelworker, lives with his family and a good friend, George, who has invented a new method of refining steel. George promises Robert that they will split the proceeds if they sell the process to their employer. Robert goes to the company's board of directors and receives what he considers to be a good offer, but his wife June doesn't think it's enough. She talks to the board and persuades them to make George the company president. Now that he's rich, Robert becomes convinced that his wife is having an affair with George, and he embarks on his own affair with a sophisticated, attractive--and ambitious--woman. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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16 June 1925 (USA)  »

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Kampen om Magten  »

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Just a Woman (1925) -- Lost Silent Film ?
4 July 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Robert Holton ( Conway Tearle ), who works as a labourer for a large steel company, lives in contentment with his wife and child, sharing his house with George Rand ( Percy Marmont ), a good friend, who has invented a new process for refining steel. George insists that Robert receive half share of the proceeds of this process, and Robert, acting for George and himself, goes to the steel company, which makes him an attractive offer. Robert is willing to accept, but his wife, June ( Claire Windsor ), does not feel that the offer is high enough and undertakes herself to speak to the board of directors, which she forces to promote George to the company's presidency. With the sudden advent of riches and prestige, Robert loses his sense of values and becomes involved with Clarice Clement ( Dorothy Revier ), an adventuress, who persuades him that his wife is involved with George in a romantic intrigue. Robert begins divorce proceedings, from which he is deterred only at the last minute, when he realizes that he loves his wife and child too much to part from them. Robert and June are reconciled, and he comes to realize that she has been faithful to him all along.

This 1925 silent drama starring Claire Windsor and Conway Tearle was based on the play Just a Woman by Eugene Walter. The film was produced by First National Pictures. Sadly it now remains a lost silent film.


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