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~Clarence~
1922
~448-151: Agnes Ayres, Robert Agnew & May McAvoy~
~Plot Synopsis~
Mr. Wheeler, the head of a temperamental family, hires a former soldier, Clarence, to do odd jobs
around his house. Clarence immediately falls in love with Violet Pinney, the governess, who is
suspected by Mrs. Wheeler to be the object of her husband's affections and resented by Cora. When
Clarence and Violet prevent Cora from eloping with money-seeking Hubert Stem, Mr. Wheeler's
private secretary, Stem finds a clipping about Charles Smith, a deserter. He shows it to Mr. Wheeler
and insists that Charles Smith and Clarence are one and the same. Wheeler is inclined to believe
Stem, since he has noticed his wife's admiring glances toward Clarence. But a letter arrives revealing
Clarence to be a university professor about to regain his position; Violet accepts him, and all are
reconciled.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: William C. de Mille

Written by:
Clara Beranger

Based on the play Clarence; a Comedy in Four Acts by Booth Tarkington
(New York, 1921).
~Cast~

Wallace Reid ...Clarence Smith
Agnes Ayres ...Violet Pinney
May McAvoy ...Cora Wheeler
Kathlyn Williams ...Mrs. Wheeler
Edward Martindel ...Mr. Wheeler
Robert Agnew ...Bobby Wheeler
Adolphe Menjou ...Hubert Stein
Bertram Johns ...Dinwiddie
Dorothy Gordon ...Della
Mayme Kelso ...Mrs. Martin (as Maym Kelso)
~Remaining Credits~

Produced by: Famous Players-Lasky Corporation

Distributing Company: Paramount Pictures

Cinematography by: L. Guy Wilky
Presenter: Adolph Zukor

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 Minutes
Released: October 15, 1922
Counter
~448-156: Agnes Ayres, May McAvoy & Robert Agnew~
~448-182: Edward Martindel & Kathlyn Williams~
~448-203: Kathlyn Williams, Wallace Reid & May McAvoy~
~448-189: Agnes Ayres & Wallace Reid~
~448-167: Edward Martindel & Agnes Ayres~
~448-146: Agnes Ayres, Edward Martindel & Kathlyn
Williams~
~448-140: May McAvoy & Robert Agnew~
~448-71: Robert Agnew, May McAvoy & Ethel Clayton~
~448-150: Kathlyn Williams~
~448-168: Edward Martindel, Agnes Ayres & Kathlyn
Williams~
~448-184: Kathlyn Williams, Wallace Reid and May
McAvoy~
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