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Frank J. Coleman
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A cashier for ladies clothing store Katz & Katz, Jane Miller ( Marceline Day ), is a plain-looking, retiring girl who does not know how to dress. After a fellow worker invites her to the Follies and persuades her to borrow a gown from the store, Jane is seen at the theater by Mr. Katz ( Otto Lederer ), who recognizes the dress and fires her. Morgan Grant ( Ward Crane ), her friend's sweetheart, then asks his friend Martel to hire Jane as a model at the salon of couturier La Salle Frères. When the famous French model Mademoiselle Lucette, who is scheduled to appear in a fashion show, is not able to attend, Jane is forced to substitute for her. To hide her ignorance of French, Jane is told to respond "no" to whatever is said to her. Robert Richmond ( Bert Lytell ), son of the owner of La Salle Frères, becomes infatuated with her, but to no avail. Grant also makes unsuccessful advances to her. Robert discovers her imposture and calls her a fraud, but after explanations, they acknowledge their love for one another.
This 1926 comedy/drama was based on the short story "The Right To Live" by Gouverneur Morris and produced and distributed by Tiffany Productions. Sadly it may now be a lost silent film.
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