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Man, Woman and Sin (1927)

 -  Drama  -  19 November 1927 (USA)
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A young man takes a succession of odd jobs in order to save enough money to buy he and his mother a house. He lands a position in a newspaper office and falls in love with the beautiful ... See full summary »

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Albert Whitcomb
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Vera Worth
Gladys Brockwell ...
Mrs. Whitcomb
Marc McDermott ...
Bancroft
Philip Anderson ...
Al Whitcomb, as a Child
Hayden Stevenson ...
The Star Reporter
Charles K. French ...
The City Editor
Aileen Manning
Margaret Lee
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A young man takes a succession of odd jobs in order to save enough money to buy he and his mother a house. He lands a position in a newspaper office and falls in love with the beautiful society editor, who is secretly having an affair with the married managing editor. She returns the young man's affections in order to make her lover jealous, but finds herself falling for him. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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19 November 1927 (USA)  »

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A print exists in the George Eastman House

After her initial six silents spanning 1915-1920, Jeanne Eagels became a Broadway legend, creating the role of Sadie Thompson in RAIN. After conquering Broadway she returned to Hollywood. This silent film is one of three she made before she died of heroin overdose. A print is housed in the George Eastman House, Rochester, N.Y. Her second film THE LETTER is the only extant talkie of Ms. Eagels (JEALOUSY is a "lost" film.) Interesting to note that Bette Davis went on to do remakes of both THE LETTER and JEALOUSY (renamed DECEPTION).


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