The Beloved Vagabond (1915)

Gaston De Nerac, a brilliant young architect, returns to London from France to marry his cousin, Joanna Rushworth. In order to prevent Joanna's father from losing his business, Gaston ... See full summary »

Director:

Edward José

Writers:

William J. Locke (novel), George B. Seitz (as George Brackett Seitz)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Edwin Arden ... Gaston de Nerac
Kathryn Browne-Decker Kathryn Browne-Decker ... Joanna Rushworth
Bliss Milford ... Blanquette
Doc Crane ... Asticot
Eric Mayne
Stephen Grattan
Boris Korlin Boris Korlin
Mathilde Brundage Mathilde Brundage
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Florence Deshon
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Gaston De Nerac, a brilliant young architect, returns to London from France to marry his cousin, Joanna Rushworth. In order to prevent Joanna's father from losing his business, Gaston borrows money from a rival suitor with the stipulation that he postpone the marriage and refrain from communication with Joanna for two years. After the suitor convinces Joanna that Gaston bartered her love for money, she marries the suitor. When Gaston learns of this, he begins a reckless, cynical life as a traveling musician known as Paragot. In the London slums, he makes the acquaintance of Asticot, a ragamuffin. They wander through France and Paragot adopts Blanquette, an itinerant singer, after her aged partner dies. Years later, when the happy threesome perform at a peasant wedding, Paragot encounters Joanna, who has learned the truth. After Joanna's husband is killed in the street, she and Paragot plan to marry, but because he is unable to adjust to societal conventions, Paragot marries Blanquette... Written by Pamela Short

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Genres:

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Country:

USA

Release Date:

17 December 1915 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Pathé Exchange See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Silent

Color:

Black and White (hand-tinted)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Originally, prints of the film were hand-colored. See more »

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Version of The Beloved Vagabond (1923) See more »

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