~When The Door Opened~
1925
~Barker 1-4: Frank Keenan, Jacqueline Logan & Walter McGrail~
~Barker 1-11: Jacqueline Logan, Frank Keenan & Walter McGrail~
~Barker 1-39: Jacqueline Logan & Frank Keenan~
~Barker 1-95: Jacqueline Logan~
~Barker 1-97: Robert Cain, Walter McGrail & Jacqueline Logan~
This tale of the Northwoods is yet another James Oliver Curwood story brought to the silver screen. Clive
Grenfal (Walter McGrail) returns home to Montreal after a month's absence to find his wife (Margaret
Livingston) in the arms of Henry Fredericks (Robert Cain). He shoots Fredericks as he is trying to climb
out the window and believes he has killed him. Because he is convinced he is a murderer, Grenfal flees
into the Canadian woods. He meets Teresa de Fontenac (Jacqueline Logan), the granddaughter of an
aristocrat (Frank Keenan), when he saves her from a runaway horse. He is injured in the rescue and is
taken back to the chateau. A romance develops between Grenfal and Teresa, in spite of his efforts to keep
his distance. But then a stranger shows up who turns out to be Fredericks. Not only is he still alive, he has
also wed Grenfal's wife, who divorced him in his absence. With just about all of his problems solved,
Grenfal is now able to be with Teresa.

Plot Synopsis by Janiss Garza, AllMovie.com
~Cast~

Jacqueline Logan ...  Teresa de Fontenac
Walter McGrail ...  Clive Grenfal
Margaret Livingston ...  Mrs. Grenfal
Robert Cain ...  Henry Morgan
Frank Keenan ...  Grandfather de Fontenac
Roy Laidlaw ...  O'Flaherty
Diana Miller ...  Siren
Walter Chung ...  Oh My
~Plot Synopsis~
Directed by: Reginald Barker

Written by: Bradley King

Based on a story by James Oliver Curwood.
~Barker 1-83: Robert Cain~
~Roy Laidlaw, Walter McGrail, Jacqueline Logan & Frank Keenan~
~Barker 1-10: Jacqueline Logan & Walter McGrail~
~Barker 1-30: Walter McGrail, Jacqueline Logan & Robert Cain~
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Fox Film Corporation

Cinematography by: Ernest Palmer
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resented by: William Fox

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime:
70 Minutes
Released:
December 6, 1925