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In Germany, young Marie Louise's foster parents commit suicide rather than face charges of treason. Marie emigrates to the US, but when she gets there she is met with contempt and suspicion because of her German nationality. She meets... See more »

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Marie Louise - 'Mamise'
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Davidge (as Rockcliffe Fellowes)
Frank Leigh ...
Nicky
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Lady Clifton-Wyatt (as Clarissa Selwyn)
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Lady Webling
Herbert Standing ...
Sir Joseph Webling
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Polly Widdicombe
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Maj. Widdicombe (as Dwight Crittenden)
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Verrinder (as Sydney Ainsworth)
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Jake (as H.A. Morgan)
Marion Colvin ...
Abbie
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Larry
Elinor Hancock ...
Mrs. Prothero

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T. Hayes Hunter

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Rupert Hughes ... (novel)
 
Richard Schayer ... () (as E. Richard Schayer)

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Abe Scholtz

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Claude Camp ... assistant director

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Rex Beach ... presenter
Samuel Goldwyn ... presenter

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In Germany, young Marie Louise's foster parents commit suicide rather than face charges of treason. Marie emigrates to the US, but when she gets there she is met with contempt and suspicion because of her German nationality. She meets Davidge, who owns a shipbuilding company, and persuades him to get her a job in his shipyards, so she can prove her dedication to the war effort. One day at work she is approached by a man named Verrinder, who is in actuality a German spy. He and some fellow spies are planning to sabotage the shipyards and want Marie to help them. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Taglines Which Was The Real Woman Was the laughing, dancing butterfly of wealth and luxury the real she? Or was it the worker of brawn and muscle, who cast aside money and ease for the lot of common laborer? (Print Ad-Warren Tribune,((Warren, Ind.)) 20 May 1921) See more »
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Trivia This film is listed in the American Silent Feature Film Database as lost. See more »

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