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A phony "medium" uses an actual clairvoyant to fleece desperate and unsuspecting victims.

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Ellen
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Emery Jago
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Joyce Clayton
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Billy
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Madame Silvara
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Bert Nelson
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Madame Silvara's Customer (uncredited)
Sammy Bricker ...
Sailor (uncredited)
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Mr. Clayton (uncredited)
Blanche Craig ...
Mrs. Fogarty (uncredited)
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Sailor's Girlfriend (uncredited)
Oscar Smith ...
Oscar (uncredited)

Directed by

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Louis J. Gasnier ... (as Louis Gasnier)

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Melville Baker ... (writer)
 
Richard H. Digges Jr. ... (titles) (uncredited)
 
Philip Gibbs ... (story)
 
Patrick Kearney ... (writer)

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Karl Hajos ... (uncredited)

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Archie Stout ... (as Archie J. Stout)

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Frances Marsh ... (uncredited)

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Travis Banton ... (uncredited)

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Jesse L. Lasky ... presenter
B.P. Schulberg ... general manager: West Coast productions
Adolph Zukor ... presenter

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Taglines A Real Woman Loves Thrillingly! Daringingly! (Print Ad- Evening Tribune, ((Providence, R.I.)) 10 December 1929) See more »
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Also Known As
  • O Quarto Escuro (Brazil)
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  • 66 min
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Trivia The lead role was originally meant for Gary Cooper, who turned it down because he didn't like the script or director Louis J. Gasnier. He was threatened with suspension by Paramount Pictures, but eventually the studio relented and the role was given to Neil Hamilton. See more »
Movie Connections References Uncle Tom's Cabin (1927). See more »

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