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Genre  Comedy, Drama
Story by  Heliodore Tenno
Country  United States
Director  Robert G. Vignola
Screenplay  Edith M. Kennedy
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The Third Kiss 1919 film Wikipedia

Language  Silent (English intertitles)
Release date  September 14, 1919 (1919-09-14)
Writer  Edith M. Kennedy, Heliodore Tenno
Cast  Harrison Ford (Oliver Cloyne), Vivian Martin (Missy), Kathleen Kirkham (Cynthia Bawlf), Jane Keckley (Mrs Casey), Edna Mae Cooper (Gwendolin Finn)
Similar movies  Charlie Chan on Broadway (1937), Charlie Chans Secret (1936), Charlie Chan at the Circus (1936), Red Lights Ahead (1936)

The Third Kiss is a 1919 American silent comedy film directed by Robert G. Vignola and written by Edith M. Kennedy and Heliodore Tenno. The film stars Vivian Martin, Harrison Ford, Robert Ellis, Kathleen Kirkham, Thomas Persse, Edna Mae Cooper, and Jane Keckley. The film was released on September 14, 1919, by Paramount Pictures.

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Plot

As described in a film magazine, Rupert Bawlf (Ellis) is a settlement worker and has done wonders with the tough districts of the town. His wife Cynthia (Kirkham), although she loathes the work, cheerfully helps him because of her great love for him. Missy (Martin), a factory girl, by her knowledge of conditions, is able to help Oliver and he falls in love with her. To protect Bawlf's name from scandal, as mudslinging newspapers are watching, Oliver Cloyne (Ford), a millionaire who is keen on the work Bawlf is doing, persuades Missy to marry him although he is in love, hopelessly, with Mrs. Bawlf. Oliver learns that Missy is a granddaughter of the owner of the factory in which she works, having assumed the role of factory girl to assist in welfare work. After an imitation honeymoon, Oliver and his heiress bride, who is his wife in name only, return home where Rupert and Cynthia Bawlf seek them out. Cynthia, falling ill, goes away for a rest. Rupert persuades Missy to assist him in his welfare work, and when she agrees, he attempts to force his attentions upon her again. She resists, and shows him what a fool he is. While on an inspection tour of a new building, Missy is locked in by a crazed old woman who, as revenge for the death of her daughter in a factory fire, sets fire to the building to kill Missy in the same way. Oliver, first suspecting that Missy has run off with Rupert, learns the truth and rescues Missy from the fire.

Cast

  • Vivian Martin as Missy
  • Harrison Ford as Oliver Cloyne
  • Robert Ellis as Rupert Bawlf
  • Kathleen Kirkham as Cynthia Bawlf
  • Thomas Persse as Dr. Paton
  • Edna Mae Cooper as Gwendolin Finn
  • Jane Keckley as Mrs. Casey
  • References

    The Third Kiss (1919 film) Wikipedia
    The Third Kiss (1919 film) IMDb


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