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A Manhattan playboy falls in love with a mysterious European woman whom he notices as an exact double for a famous socialite who disappeared at the turn of the century. At first, he thinks it's just pure coincidence, as the beautiful young... See more »

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Madame Zatianny / Mary Ogden
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Lee Clavering
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Charles Dinwiddie
Tom Guise ...
Judge Gavin Trent
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Janet Ogelthorpe
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Jane Ogelthorpe
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James Ogelthorpe
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Donnie Ferris
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Agnes Trevor
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Prince Rohenhauer
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Gora Dwight
Fred Gamble ...
Oglethorpe Butler
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Ogden Butler
Otto Nelson ...
Dr. Steinach
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Austrian Advisor
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Anna Goodrich
Ione Atkinson ...
Flapper
Mila Constantin ...
Flapper
Hortense O'Brien ...
Flapper
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Party Boy (uncredited)
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Aide to Prince Rohenhauer (uncredited)

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Frank Lloyd

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Gertrude Atherton ... (novel) (as Gertrude Franklin Atherton)
 
Frank Lloyd ... (writer)
 
Mary O'Hara ... (writer)

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Frank Lloyd ... producer

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Norbert Brodine

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Edward M. Roskam

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Stephen Goosson

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Walter J. Israel

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George Westmore ... wigs (uncredited)

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Neil E. McGuire ... title illustrations

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Walter Anthony ... titles

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A Manhattan playboy falls in love with a mysterious European woman whom he notices as an exact double for a famous socialite who disappeared at the turn of the century. At first, he thinks it's just pure coincidence, as the beautiful young woman he's currently romancing is much younger than the woman who vanished years before, but he soon starts to believe that it's not such a coincidence after all. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Also Known As
  • El pecado de volver a ser joven (Spain)
  • Die schöne Unbekannte (Austria)
  • Kærlighedens fallit (Denmark)
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Trivia The book Janet (Clara Bow) reads is the flapper novel "Flaming Youth" by Samuel Hopkins Adams. Adams used the pseudonym Warner Fabian when writing the book, fearing that the controversy over its frank depiction of female sexuality would ruin his reputation as an author. It was made into the 1923 film of the same name starring Colleen Moore. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Clara Bow: Discovering the It Girl (1999). See more »
Quotes Lee Clavering: Not so long ago I gave you a spanking. If you don't show your grandmother more respect, I'll do it again!
Janet Ogelthorpe: Can I depend on that?
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