~Just Off Broadway~
Directed by: Edmund Mortimer

Screenplay and story by:
Fanny Hatton
Frederic Hatton

   John Gilbert ... Stephen Moore
Marian Nixon ... Jean Lawrence
Trilby Clark ... Nan Norton
Pierre Gendron ... Florelle
Ben Hendricks Jr. ... Comfort
~Remaining Credits~

Produced and Released by Fox Film Corporation

Cinematography by: G.O. Post
Presenter: William Fox
Gag Man: Jack Wagner

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: January 20, 1924
~Plot Synopsis~
Jean Lawrence (Marian Nixon) is a failed musical comedy star who is befriended by Nan Norton
(Trilby Clark), whose boyfriend is a crook. The crook is arrested and detective Stephen Moore (John
Gilbert) shows up in New York, posing as the crook and pretending to have made a killing in Paris as
a counterfeiter. He makes friends with Jean, who falls in love with him. Moore is able to move
seamlessly through the underworld with his false identity and gathers evidence on an international
counterfeiting ring. Eventually the members of the ring are rounded up, Moore reveals his true
identity, and he wins the girl. Later in 1924, Gilbert would leave Fox and begin making films for MGM,
a very wise career move that brought him superstardom.

Plot Synopsis by: Janiss Garza, AllMovie.com