The Butterfly Girl (1921)

Wealthy Edith Folsom greatest ambition is to have a score of admirers at her feet, leaves her local boyfriend, Ned Lorimer, for the city. On the train she encounters a schoolmate, Lorna ... See full summary »

Director:

John Gorman

Writer:

John Gorman

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Cast

Cast overview:
Marjorie Daw ... Edith Folsom
Fritzi Brunette ... Lorna Lear
King Baggot ... H.H. Van Horn
Jean De Briac ... John Blaine
Ned Whitney Warren Ned Whitney Warren ... Ned Lorimer
Lisle Darnell Lisle Darnell ... Mary Van Horn
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Storyline

Wealthy Edith Folsom greatest ambition is to have a score of admirers at her feet, leaves her local boyfriend, Ned Lorimer, for the city. On the train she encounters a schoolmate, Lorna Lear, and Lorna's cousin, John Blaine, who promptly falls for her. On the night of Lorna's ball, Edith meets H. H. Van Horn, an elderly banker who brings her home in his car. Scolded by Lorna, she runs off to a hotel; then, when her money is depleted, she takes a position as Van Horn's secretary. Two days later she meets John, and they are married. When Van Horn declares his love for her and is overheard by his wife, Edith resolves to reform and take an interest in Mrs. Van Horn's social work. Written by Pamela Short

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You will laugh and sympathize with this charming girl in her romantic period of life. (Original Herald)

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 June 1921 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Playgoers Pictures See more »
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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The Butterfly Girl ( 1921 ) is a lost silent film. See more »

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