Sculptor Leonard Hunt is urged by his wife Vivian to compete for a million dollar prize competition for a Victory Memorial commemorating the First World War. Sylvia Morton models for Hunt, and they become romantically involved. In an attempt to save her marriage, Vivian persuades him to close the studio and go on a second honeymoon. But Hunt is unable to forget Sylvia, so he leaves Vivian. Vivian threatens to kill Sylvia unless she promises to give up Hunt. Months later, Hunt returns, remorseful and begging forgiveness, saying that Sylvia has married someone else.
A DRAMA OF A WOMAN'S FIGHT TO HOLD HER HUSBAND AND HER OWN RESPECT (Print ad- Buffalo Courier,((Buffalo, NY)) 6 May 1923)
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The Woman of Bronze ( 1923 ) is a lost silent film. See more