~Her Social Value~
~Promotional photograph from The California
Theater to promote the screening of "Her Social
Value," for the week of March 19th, 1921~
~Plot Synopsis~
Salesgirl Marion Hoyte, unlike the other members of her family, seeks to rise from her lowly station
in life; thus, when she accidentally becomes acquainted with young architect James Lodge, who
clears her of the charge of stealing a customer's purse, Marion accepts his attentions. Leroy, a suitor
for Marion, and her sister Bertha object, but Marion soon becomes engaged to James. Shipley, a
financier, plans that James will marry his daughter, Gwendolyn, and will be engaged to plan the new
state capitol building; but when Marion and James are married, Shipley withdraws his patronage
and Marion is ostracized by James's social set. Determined not to ruin her husband's career, Marion
arranges a fake elopement with Clifford Trent. When Marion learns that James has been injured in a
western mining camp, however, she goes to his aid; and through this twist of fate their love is

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Katherine MacDonald ...  Marion Hoyte
Roy Stewart ...  James Lodge
Bertram Grassby ...  Clifford Trent
Betty Ross Clarke ...  Bertha Harmon
Winter Hall ...  Shipley
Joseph W. Girard ...  Joe Harmon (as Joseph Girard)
Lillian Rich ...  Gwendolyn Shipley
Vincent Hamilton ...  Leroy Howard
Helen Raymond ...  Ruth Lodge
Violet Phillips ...  Belle
Arthur Gibson ...  The Baby
Directed by: Jerome Storm

Written By: J.A. Barry - story
Gerald C. Duffy - writer
B.P. Fineman - story
Jerome Storm - writer
~Katherine MacDonald & Bertram Grassby~
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Kathleen MacDonald Productions

Distribution Company: Associated First National Pictures

Cinematography by: Joseph Brotherton
Art Direction by: Floyd Mueller
Assistant Director: James Dugan

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: October 24, 1921