~Brass~
1923
~M.S.-35P: Monte Blue~
~Plot Synopsis~
Philip Baldwin (Monte Blue0, superintendent of his father's California fruit ranch, falls in love with
Marjorie Jones (Marie Prevost), who is spending her vacation picking fruit, and jilts Rosemary
Church (Helen Ferguson) to marry her. The match of business-oriented Philip and fun-seeking,
frivolous Marjorie is a bad one, however, and is dissolved shortly after a child is born. Philip engages
Mrs. Grotenberg (Irene Rich) to care for his son, and he falls in love with her in spite of his sister's
efforts to interest him in Leila Vale (Ethel Grey Terry). They are about to be married when Marjorie,
whose second marriage also has failed, returns. Mrs. Grotenberg leaves, and the story ends with
Philip and his son hoping for the return of "Mama G."  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: Sidney Franklin

Written by:
Sada Cowan - titles
Julien Josephson - writer

Based on the novel Brass; a Novel of Marriage by Charles Gilman Norris
(New York, 1921).
~Cast~

Monte Blue ...  Philip Baldwin
Marie Prevost ...  Marjorie Jones
Irene Rich ...  Mrs. Grotenberg aka Mrs. G.
Harry Myers ...  Wilbur Lansing
Frank Keenan ...  Frank Church
Helen Ferguson ...  Rosemary Church
Pat O'Malley ...  Harry Baldwin
Miss DuPont ...  Lucy Baldwin
Ethel Grey Terry ...  Leila Vale
Margaret Seddon ...  Mrs. Baldwin
Edward Jobson ...  Judge Baldwin
Cyril Chadwick ...  Roy North
Vera Lewis ...  Mrs. Jones
Harvey Clark ...  George Yost
Gertrude Bennett ...  Mrs. Yost
Bruce Guerin ...  Baby Paul
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Warner Bros. Pictures

Produced by: Harry Rapf
Cinematography by: Norbert Brodine
Film Editing by: Hal C. Kern
Art Direction by: Esdras Hartley

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: March 4, 1923