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The Lady (1925)

 -  Drama  -  8 February 1925 (USA)
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A young woman marries the wastrel son of a British aristocrat. Her husband, who has been disinherited by his father, loses what little money he has left gambling in casinos and then dies, ... See full summary »

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Brandon Hurst ...
St. Aubyns Sr
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Polly Pearl
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paulette Duval ...
Madame Adrienne Catellier
Emily Fitzroy ...
Madame Blanche
Johnny Fox ...
Freckles (as John Fox Jr.)
Alfred J. Goulding ...
Tom Robinson
George Hackathorne ...
Leonard Cairns
John Herdman ...
John Cairns
Ed Hubbell ...
London Boy (as Edwin Hubbell)
Doris Lloyd ...
Fannie St. Clair
Walter Long ...
Blackie
Wallace MacDonald ...
Leonard St. Aubyns
Miles McCarthy ...
Mr. Graves
Marc McDermott ...
Mr. Wendover
Margaret Seddon ...
Mrs. Cairns
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A young woman marries the wastrel son of a British aristocrat. Her husband, who has been disinherited by his father, loses what little money he has left gambling in casinos and then dies, leaving her penniless and with an infant son. When her former father-in-law tries to get custody of the child, she leaves him with a couple she trusts, but when she later goes to reclaim her son, she can't find the people she left him with. Written by A.Nonymous

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Rare Norma Talmadge film exists in archive.

Another rare Norma Talmadge film that has just managed to escape extinction. The plot revolves around a widowed and disinherited singer who loses custody of her son, only to meet him again many years later in her Marseilles cafe. A copy of reels 1 and 3-8 is located in the Library of Congress.


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