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Cast overview, first billed only:
Miriam Cooper ... Doris Moore
Helen Ware ... Kate Fallon
Vincent Serrano ... Harry Leland
William J. Ferguson William J. Ferguson ... Pop Clark (as W.J. Ferguson)
Stuart Sage Stuart Sage ... William Lake
William B. Mack ... Gordon Laylock
Lincoln Plumer Lincoln Plumer ... Connelly
Ethel Hallor Ethel Hallor ... Flossie
Lorraine Frost Lorraine Frost ... Phyllis Lake
Louis Mackintosh Louis Mackintosh ... Mrs. Lake
Amy Ongley Amy Ongley ... Christine
Walter Lawrence Walter Lawrence ... Finn
J.C. King J.C. King ... Inspector George Bruce
Eddie Sturgis Eddie Sturgis ... Skinny (as Edward Sturgis)
C.A. de Lima C.A. de Lima ... Balke (as Charles De Lima)
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Taglines:

The subtle plots and schemes of the money-mad crooks who operate in the throbbing White Light District. And a Girl-lovely-wholesome-innocent-trusting. Why should she be there? (Print Ad- The Nevada Daily Mail,((Nevada, Mo.)) 3 January 1921)

Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 May 1920 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

De mærkede See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Miriam Cooper's mother and her bridge club appeared as extras in one scene. See more »

Connections

Version of The Deep Purple (1915) See more »

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Sadly lost to the ages
28 January 2009 | by annadaneSee all my reviews

Despite the hoaxster other review this film is indeed lost...please check your attics.

This film was made in 1920 by Raoul Walsh and starred his wife Miriam Cooper. Miriam Cooper stated it was a family production as her brother was the assistant director, her son was an extra, and her mother was also an extra.

The film did decent at the box office and was a series of films the married couple did together. Sadly to this day only 5 of Miriam Cooper's features still exist (and only 2 of them were from her starring days).


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