~The Blind Goddess~
Directed by: Victor Fleming

Written by:
Louis D. Lighton
Hope Loring
Gertrude Orr

Based on the novel by Arthur Chesney Train        

Jack Holt ... Hugh Dillon
Ernest Torrence ... Ernest Torrence
Esther Ralston ... Moira Devens
Louise Dresser ... Mrs. Eileen Clayton
Ward Crane ... Tracy Redmond
Richard Tucker ... Henry Kelling
Louis Payne ... Taylor
Charles Clary ... District Attorney
Erwin Connelly ... Chief of Detectives
Charles Lane ... Judge
Vondell Darr  
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Famous Players-Lasky Corporation

Distribution Company: Paramount Pictures

Cinematography by: Alfred Gilks
Costume Design by: Travis Banton (uncredited)
Presented by: Jesse L. Lasky & Adolph Zukor

Length: 8 Reels
Runtime: 80 Minutes
Released: April 4, 1926
Filmed on Location in Fullerton, California, USA
~Plot Synopsis~
Even though Big Bill Devens (Ernest Torrence) is a powerful politician, he still sticks to his working
man's roots. His wife walked out on him 20 years before and his daughter, Moira (Esther Ralston),
believes she is dead. Moira falls in love with Hugh Dillon, a handsome young attorney (Jack Holt),
and Devens gets him a job in the district attorney's office. One night, Devens' wife, now an old,
decrepit woman known as Aileen Clayton (Louise Dresser), returns to ask forgiveness. The next day
Devens is found dead. Aileen is charged with the crime and she refuses to speak or reveal her true
identity, since she wants to save Moira the pain of knowing who she really is. But Dillon discovers the
truth and resigns from his job to represent her. He finds Devens' dictograph, which he used just
before he died, to reveal that it was his partner, Henry Kelling (Richard Tucker), who killed him.
Aileen is freed and Dillon wins Moira.

Plot Synopsis by Janiss Garza, AllMovie.com
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