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Elizabeth Cheney has a wealthy husband, social prominence and everything she could want in life . . . except Ted Lutton, the man she loves. Now, she must decide whether to give up ... See full summary »
Joan Crawford is seen only in the prologue of the film. This was her first featured role, and her face appears virtually unrecognizable because the studio had not yet hit upon the hair and makeup style that would ultimately define her features in her breakthrough film, Our Dancing Daughters (1927).
Lord Clive Cheney:
What's got your nerves, Hughie... too many cigars?
Lord Hugh "Hughie" Porteous: Cigars, h - l! You've had it sweet! All I have left... is cigars!
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