All the keen sense for colourful effects and knowledge of what constitutes the really thrilling and dramatic which George Fitzmaurice displayed in 'On With the Dance' and 'The Right to Love,' is said to be contained in redoubled measure in his latest production, 'Idols of Clay.' The story is written by Ouida Bergere, starred by Mae Murray and David Powell. Film plot included.
Idols of Clay': Mae Murray's Unique South Sea Island Story - At the Star Tonight
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On with the Dance (View more)
Ouida Berg??re (scenario)
Sonia, a Russian dancer, comes to New York seeking her fortune. She marries Peter Derwynt, a young architect, but their marriage is not a good one. Sonia falls under the spell of a rich ...
The Right to Love (View more)
Claude Farr??re (novel)
While living in Constantinople, the wife of Sir Archibald Falkland is forced to co-exist with his mistress, Lady Edith. Falkland plots to frame his wife for adultery, thereby forcing her to...
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