~175-65: Helene Chadwick & Henry B. Walthall~

Many thanks to Joseph Worrell & The Margaret Herrick Library for helping to identify this photograph.
~Plot Synopsis~
Fanny Daniels borrows $500 from Claude Lambert, her employer, for the trousseau for her marriage to
Clinton Ferris. When Lambert asks for the money, Fanny draws a check on Clinton's account because
she dislikes having to ask her husband for money. There is a row when Clinton finds out; Fanny leaves
him and returns to work for Lambert. Clinton then realizes his wife's attitude and agrees to "live 50-50"
with her.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: Rupert Hughes

Written by:
Mrs. Rupert Hughes - (story) (as Adelaide Hughes)
Rupert Hughes - story

Helene Chadwick ...Fanny Daniels
Gaston Glass ...Clinton Ferris
Kate Lester ...Mrs. Roland Ferris
Eleanor Boardman ...Clothilde Kingsley
David Imboden ...Claude Lambert
May Wallace ...Mrs. Cecily McGimsey
Georgia Woodthorpe ...Annabel Wainwright
Henry B. Walthall ...John McGimsey
Jean Hope ...Lizzie
Robert DeVilbiss ...Child (uncredited)
Sheila Harkness ...Child (uncredited)
Betty O'Brien ...Child (uncredited)
Anderson Smith ...Roger Wayne (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Goldwyn Pictures Corporation

Cinematography by: John J. Mescall
Art Direction by: Cedric Gibbons

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: January 14, 1923