Daniel Carson Goodman Corp. Distributed by Equity Pictures. Production dates: Spring-Summer 1923, New York City. Released September 15, 1923 (copyright: August 14, 1923; LP19306). Silent; b&w. 35mm. 7 reels, 6,782 ft.
Production-Story-Adaptation: Daniel Carson Goodman. Directed by: Kenneth Webb.
Cast: Mildred Harris (Susie La Motte), Charles Emmett Mack (John Browning), Clara Bow (John's sweetheart, Mary), Mary Carr (Mrs. Browning), Joe King (Jim Moran, a pugilist), (Frederick) Tyrone Power (James La Motte), Skeets Gallagher (The College Boy), Jack Richardson (Flaglier, cabaret owner), Joseph Depew, Helen Rowland (La Motte children), Sam Sidman (Curly, Moran's manager), Sherman Sisters (Moran girls).
MELODRAMA: Although Susie La Motte, a cabaret dancer, loves boxer Jim Moran, she vamps young, idealistic John Browning. Moran accidently shoots himself during a fight with the jealous Browning, and Susie, out of malice, accuses Browning of murder. Browning is sentenced to death by electrocution, but a power failure and a last-minute confession from Susie save him. (All information from "The American Film Institute Catalogue of Feature Films".)
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