Jack Mulhall plays opposite Norma Talmadge in 'Within the Law.' 'Within the Law' was first produced as a stage play by the Selwyns in 1912 at the Eltinge Theatre in New York, and nine companies were sent on the road. The play earned five million dollars and royalties alone were over 700,000 dollars. The screen version of this play, prepared by Frances Marion, is expected to be one of the outstanding hits for 1925. This production, by First National Pictures, is showing for the last time in the Queen's Theatre today.
Within the Law': Last Showing Today
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Bayard Veiller (play)
When Mary Turner is sent to prison for a crime she did not commit, she vows upon her release to take vengeance on those who wronged her, always staying however within the letter of the law.
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