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A Heart to Let

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Directed by  Edward Dillon
Written by  Clara Beranger
Produced by  Adolph Zukor(Realart)
Cinematography  George Folsey
A Heart to Let
Based on  play, Agatha's Aunt, by Harriet Lummis Smith, Sidney Toler
Starring  Justine Johnstone Harrison Ford

A Heart to Let is a lost 1921 American silent drama film directed by Edward Dillon and starring Justine Johnstone. It was produced by Adolph Zukor offshoot production company Realart.

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Synopsis

Agatha inherits a southern estate, but cannot afford it's upkeep. She then 'lets' or rents some of the rooms to boarders, one of whom is a blind man named Forbes. In an effort to fool Forbes and the other tenants into thinking there are several staff members, Agatha dons several disguises in an attempt to present a ruse. She eventually falls genuinely in love with Forbes who later regains his eyesight.

Cast

  • Justine Johnstone as Agatha
  • Harrison Ford as Burton Forbes
  • Marcia Harris as Zaida Kent
  • Thomas Carr as Howard Kent
  • Elizabeth Garrison as Mrs. Studley
  • Winifred Bryson as Julia Studley
  • Claude Cooper as Doolittle
  • James Harrison as Warren
  • References

    A Heart to Let Wikipedia


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