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Mary Turner goes up for three years on a crime she didn't commit. Once out she and former prison mates plan a scam in which old men can be sued for breach of promise - the "heart balm" ... See full summary »
Bayard Veiller's play, "Within the Law," upon which this film is based, opened on Broadway in New York on 11 September 1912 at the Eltinge 42nd St. Theatre, 236 W. 42nd St. and ran for 541 performances. A revival in 1928 ran for 16 performances.
I'm wise. You ain't a regular. You're only a volunteer. I just got you.
Mary Turner: But, I - I - well, I don't know what you mean?
Joe Garson: You ain't never - you know what I mean. That's right, ain't it?
Mary Turner: Well, yes.
Joe Garson: I thought I had you pegged.
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