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The Ghosts of Yesterday ()


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After his wife/model has died of starvation with her portrait unfinished, an impoverished artist meets another woman with a striking resemblance to her.

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Ruth Graham / Jeanne La Fleur
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Howard Marston
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Count Pascal de Fondras
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Duc de Lissac
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Roger Stearns (as Henry J. Hebert)
Ida Darling ...
Mrs. Whitaker
Blanche Douglas ...
Marie Calleaux

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Charles Miller

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Mildred Considine ... (scenario)
 
Rupert Hughes ... (play "Two Women")

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Joseph M. Schenck ... producer

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Edward Wynard

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An impoverished artist uses his own wife as a model, but before e can complete the painting, she dies of malnutrition. The portrait remains unfinished until he comes across another woman who bears a striking resemblance to his dead wife. He asks her to help him finish the picture and she falls in love, but is jealous of the love he still feels for her. After she leaves him, she learns that he has gone blind. Written by duke1029@aol.com

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Taglines It was only an intimate thing of paint and canvas but it was the "ghost of yesterday" that stood between her and the man she loved. Emotions surging to the surface- a few rapid strokes of the knife- and the thing was done. (Print Ad- Warsaw Daily Times and Northern Indianian ((Warsaw Ind)) 6 May 1921) See more »
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Also Known As
  • Two Women (United States)
  • Le fantôme du passé (France)
  • A szerelem útja (Hungary)
  • To Verdener (Denmark)
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  • 72 min
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Trivia Four out of six reels of this film survive. The last two reels are missing in their entirety, but some fragments of reel six survive. All of this material exists in the Library of Congress, Washington D.C. See more »

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