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A young woman is so superstitious that she cannot make a move or a decision without the approval of the cards or the stars. Pursued romantically by two men, one virtuous, the other villainous, the cards point her toward the villain. Which... See more »

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Frances Wadsworth
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Malcolm Dale
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Crandall Park
Vera McGinnis ...
Mollie Rourke
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Rockaway Smith
Emily Chichester ...
Sally Smith
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Maurice Rennard (as Rodolph Valentine)
Norman McNeil ...
Rosebud Miller
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The strong-minded aunt (as Kate V. Toncray)
Porter Strong ...
Eddie the Pup
Vivian Montrose ...
Florence Wellington

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Elmer Clifton

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Lois Zellner ... (scenario)

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Lee Garmes
John W. Leezer ... (as John Leezer)

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Leigh Smith ... assistant director (as Leigh R. Smith)

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  • Paramount Pictures (1919) (United States) (theatrical) (as Famous Players-Lasky Corporation)

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A young woman is so superstitious that she cannot make a move or a decision without the approval of the cards or the stars. Pursued romantically by two men, one virtuous, the other villainous, the cards point her toward the villain. Which will she follow, her cards or her heart? Written by Jim Beaver

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Taglines If you want to see the screen's greatest comedienne "eat up" the "soup" in superstition, see Dorothy Gish in "Out of Luck." (Print Ad- Duluth Herald, ((Duluth, Minn)) 21 November 1919) See more »
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  • Out of Luck (United States)
  • Sp√∂knatten hos de nygifta (Sweden)
  • Negra Profecia (Brazil)
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  • 50 min
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Trivia This is now considered to be a lost film. See more »

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