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Directed by Joseph KaufmanOrigin USAThemes Films based on playsActors Billie Burke
, Thomas Meighan
, Mary Alden
, Margaret SeddonAs described in a film magazine, when her employer dies, leaving her penniless, Nora Marsh (Burke) decides to make her home with her brother Edward (Johnston) in Canada. She cannot, however, get along with her sister-in-law Gertie (Alden) and life becomes a hardship. The hired man Frank Taylor (Meighan) owns a farm of his own, but a storm has destroyed his crops and forced him to work. Shortly after Nora's arrival he leaves for his farm. Nora hears a remark that he intends to get a woman to be his wife and housekeeper and she decides to take a chance. They get married and he takes her to his house, which she soon has cozy and homelike. Wild mustard seed infests Taylor's crops and destroy them. Nora has received some money from England is thinking of leaving Taylor. When she learns that he will have to be a hired man again, she decides to stay and give him the use of her money.
Directed by Joseph KaufmanOrigin USAGenres DramaThemes Films based on playsActors Elsie Ferguson
, Crauford Kent
, Frank Losee
, Charles Wellesley
, Robert CummingsLily, an innocent young girl, is convinced to pose nude for a young sculptor. They fall in love, but the sculptor fears the effect of marriage on his work and neglects Lily. Ultimately, in despair, she marries a wealthy older man but does not find happiness there. Only near-tragedy and scandal are able, ironically, to bring her that happiness.
Directed by Joseph KaufmanOrigin USAGenres ComedyThemes Films based on playsActors Marguerite Clark
, Edgar Norton
, Tammany Young
, Jack Standing
, Adolphe MenjouAs described in a film magazine review, because the parents are disappointed that their three children are girls instead of boys, they are brought up as boys by the Marchioness of Castlejordan (Robinson), and no males are allowed within the walls of the estate. The antics of the three upset the villagers and cause gossip. Tommy (Clark), the youngest, is sent to London to visit relatives. She slips away from the house dressed in a gentleman's evening clothes and visits a dance hall. Encountering a bully, in self-defense she knocks him down. Escaping from the hall, she jumps into the cab of Lord Litterly (Hinckley), who takes her home, and a warm friendship springs up between them. Later, the lord is instrumental in saving her from a fall from a runaway horse. Her two sisters arrange a meeting with two men in the gymnasium one evening. Tommy climbs through a skylight and "drops in" on Litterly, who happened to be bringing a message with a maid. The Marchioness discovers the trio, and seeing that her girls will be girls, gives them her blessing, and a triple wedding follows.
, 1h56Directed by Cecil B. DeMilleOrigin USAGenres Drama
, RomanceThemes Films based on playsActors Thomas Meighan
, Gloria Swanson
, Theodore Roberts
, Raymond Hatton
, Lila Lee
, Bebe DanielsRating
69% The film centers on the relationship between Lady Mary Loam (Swanson), a British aristocrat, and her butler, Crichton (Meighan). Crichton fancies a romance with Mary, but she disdains him because of his lower social class. When the two and some others are shipwrecked on a desert island, they are left to fend for themselves in a state of nature.
Directed by Dorothy ArznerOrigin USAGenres DramaThemes Théâtre
, Films based on playsActors Rosalind Russell
, John Boles
, Billie Burke
, Jane Darwell
, Alma Kruger
, Dorothy WilsonRating
71% The plot centers on twenty-four hours in the life of Harriet Craig (Rosalind Russell), and the home life she has created for herself and her husband. Harriet values material things more than her husband and goes to great lengths to protect her life as she has created it, regardless of what the outcomes are to those around her. The story's message is stated by the Craig's housekeeper, Mrs. Harold (Jane Darwell), who says, "Those who live to themselves, are left to themselves," as one by one, all her disgusted family and servants abandon her, leaving her entirely on her own.