~The Lily~
Directed by: Victor Schertzinger

Written by: Eve Unsell

Based on the story "Le Lys" by Gaston Leroux & Pierre Wolff

Belle Bennett ... Odette
Ian Keith ... George Arnaud
Reata Hoyt ... Christiane
Barry Norton ... Max de Maigny
John St. Polis ... Comte de Maigny
Richard Tucker ... Huzar
Gertrude Short ... Lucie Plock
James A. Marcus ... Emile Plock
Lydia Yeamans Titus ... Housekeeper
Tom Ricketts ... Jean
Vera Lewis ... Mrs. Arnaud Sr
Betty Francisco ... Mrs. Arnaud Jr
Carmelita Geraghty ... Old Comte's Mistress
Rosa Rudami
Macon Jones (uncredited)
Helene Pirie ... Odette's little sister (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by Fox Film Corporation

Cinematography by: Glen MacWilliams
Assistant Director: William Tummel

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 Minutes
Released: October 3, 1926
~Plot Synopsis~
Belle Bennett stars as Odette, who early in life is forced to give up all dreams of love so that she can
look after her irresponsible father (John St. Polis). Despite her "old maid" status, Odette lives her life
vicariously through her younger sister Christiane (Reata Hoyt). Unfortunately, Christiane succeeds
only in bringing scandal and disgrace to her family -- which, frankly, is precisely what her rakish father
deserves. Meanwhile, Odette at last finds happiness in the arms of her family's attorney (Richard
Tucker) who has long worshipped her from afar. The Lily is a slightly laundered adaptation of the
stage play of the same name.

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com