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Perjury (1921)

Robert Moore is general manager of the firm run by John Gibson. After Gibson makes several visits to Moore's home, unfounded rumors begin of a relationship between Gibson and Moore's wife. ... See full summary »

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(as Harry Millarde)

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... Robert Moore
Sally Crute ... Martha Moore
Wallace Erskine ... John Gibson
Alice Mann ... Helen Moore
Gilbert Rooney ... Jimmy Moore
Grace La Vell ... Mira
Jack Crane ... Ralph Mills
Francis Joyner ... Edward Williams (as Frank Joyner)
... Phil Rourke
John Webb Dillion ... Dist. Atty. Choate (as John Webb Dillon)
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Robert Moore is general manager of the firm run by John Gibson. After Gibson makes several visits to Moore's home, unfounded rumors begin of a relationship between Gibson and Moore's wife. Moore is discovered with a revolver in his hand, standing over Gibson's dead body. In fact, the murder was committed by Moore's best friend. But Moore is convicted of murder in the second degree and sentenced to twenty years in prison. His wife remarries, and her second husband proves to be a brute. The real murderer eventually confesses and Moore is set free. He visits his former wife and arrives just as her husband attacks her. In a struggle, Moore shoots him in self-defense, and is then reunited with his family. Written by scsu1975

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murder | melodrama | based on play | See All (3) »

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Drama

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14 August 1921 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

I Lovens Navn  »

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1.33 : 1
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