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Second Hand Rose (1922)

The adopted Irish daughter of the Rosensteins, Second Avenue pawnshop owners, Rose is much sought after by Tim McCarthy, a wealthy Irish contractor many years her senior. Meanwhile, Nat her... See full summary »

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(screenplay) (as A.P. Younger), (story) (as A.P. Younger)

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Gladys Walton ...
Rose O'Grady
George B. Williams ...
Isaac Rosenstein
Grace Marvin ...
Lillian Rosenstein
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Frankie 'Bull' Thompson
Max Davidson ...
Abe Rosenstein
Virginia Adair ...
Rebecca Rosenstein
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Rachel Rosenstein
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Terry O'Brien
Walter Perry ...
Tim McCarthy
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Hawkins
Camilla Clark ...
Little Rosiee
Marion Feducha ...
Little Nat
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Nat Rosestein (as Eddie Sutherland)
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The adopted Irish daughter of the Rosensteins, Second Avenue pawnshop owners, Rose is much sought after by Tim McCarthy, a wealthy Irish contractor many years her senior. Meanwhile, Nat her adopted brother, is accused of stealing from his firm and is arrested and put in jail; Rosenstein, heartbroken, becomes seriously ill. McCarthy offers to pay Nat's bail provided that Rose will marry him; and although she is in love with Terry O'Brien, Rose consents to the marriage. Shortly afterward, Nat is released and proves his innocence; and McCarthy, realizing that Rose is so unhappy with a "second-hand" husband, releases her so that she may marry young O'Brien. Written by Pamela Short

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Drama | Romance

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8 May 1922 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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