~A Daughter of the Old South~
~Plot Synopsis~
Although Dolores Jardine's grandmother has betrothed her to the wealthy young Spaniard, Pedro de
Alvarez, she is determined to marry a man of her own choosing. She falls in love with novelist Richard
Ferris who, although initially attracted by her beauty and Creole charm, abandons the girl when his old
flame Lillian Hetherington suddenly appears. Seeking revenge, Dolores invites Richard to dinner and
conceals Lillian behind a curtain. After overhearing Richard promise to marry Dolores, Lillian leaves in
disgust and Dolores wanders into the woods distraught. Pedro prevents her from drowning herself and
takes her to his heart.  

Plot Synosis from afi.com
Directed by: Emile Chautard

Written by:  
Alice Ramsey - story
Rudolph De Cordova - story
Margaret Turnbull - writer

Pauline Frederick ...Dolores Jardine
Pedro de Cordoba ...Pedro de Alvarez
Vera Beresford ...Lillian Hetherington
Rex McDougall ...Richard Ferris
Mrs. T. Randolph ...Dolores' Grandmother
Myra Brooks ...The Housekeeper
James Laffey ...Mr. Hetherington
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Famous Players-Lasky Corporation

Cinematography by: Jacques Bizeul
Presenter: Adolph Zukor

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Released: November 24, 1918