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Vanity (1927)

Barbara Fiske, a beautiful girl of social standing, is about to be married to Lloyd Van Courtland. On the eve of their marriage, she foolishly pays a visit to a colorful steamship captain ... See full summary »

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Lt. Lloyd Van Courtland
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'Happy' Dan Morgan
Mayme Kelso ...
Mrs. Fiske
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Bimbo, ship's cook
Helen Lee Worthing ...
Tess Ramsay
Louis Payne ...
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Barbara Fiske, a beautiful girl of social standing, is about to be married to Lloyd Van Courtland. On the eve of their marriage, she foolishly pays a visit to a colorful steamship captain aboard his ship. A killing aboard the vessel threatens to destroy her upcoming marriage as well as her entire future. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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OH, VANITY, thy name is woman! said the poet of old- Do money and beauty make vanity righteous? Come see this gripping dramatic picture- a story all alike will marvel at and enjoy. (Print Ad- Amsterdam Evening Recorder,((Amsterdam, NY)) 3 June 1927)

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9 May 1927 (USA)  »

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