In Borrowed Plumes (1926)

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Cast overview:
Mildred Grantley / Countess D'Autreval
Niles Welch ...
Philip Dean
Wheeler Oakman ...
Jack Raymond
Louise Carter ...
Clara Raymond
Arnold Daly ...
Sam Wassup
Peggy Kelly ...
Mrs. Harrison
Dagmar Godowsky ...


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10 February 1926 (USA)  »

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Borrowed Plumes  »

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In Borrowed Plumes (1926) -- Lost Silent Film
21 June 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This 1926 light-hearted comedy/romance distributed by Arrow Pictures Corporation, starred the popular actress Marjorie Daw. Sadly it now remains a lost silent film and this brief synopsis is all I can offer the reader.

Penniless society girl Mildred Grantley ( Marjorie Daw ), who wants to be an actress, passes herself off as the Countess D'Autreval ( Marjorie Daw ). Through a mutual friend, Mildred gets to know the wealthy Dean family, falling in love with Philip Dean ( Niles Welch ), a handsome young bachelor. A woman claiming to be the real countess shows up and persuades Mildred to introduce her to the Deans. Mrs. Dean smells a rat, however, and hires a detective who exposes the woman as a famous international crook. The honest-to-goodness countess finally shows up, and Mildred and Philip finally find happiness together in true love.

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