Three Women (1924)
A mother and daughter are victimized by a fortune-hunting heavy in this drama directed by Ersnt Lubitsch. George Lamont (Lew Cody) tries to woo the wealthy widow Mabel Wilton (Pauline Frederick) to be near her three-million-dollar fortune. When he discovers her daughter Jeanne (May McAvoy), George puts the daughter in a compromising position that forces her marriage to avoid a scandal. The groom soon proves his infidelity by making time with the vamp Harriet (Marie Prevost). Mabel exacts revenge and defends her daughter by shooting the villainous son-in-law in this drama co-starring Willard Louis, Pierre Gendron, Mary Carr, and Raymond McKee. … More
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