~If I Marry Again~
~P31-105: Lloyd Hughes & Doris Kenyon~
Determined that his son, Charles, will not be ruined by love for Jocelyn Margot, the daughter of a
notorious San Francisco madam, John Jordan, a stern and proud businessman, sends him to
manage one of the family plantations in the Tropics. Before he goes, however, Charles marries
Jocelyn and takes her with him. The elder Jordan does not forgive this insult to the family name and
position, but Jocelyn proves to be an excellent wife and bears Charles a son. After 4 years, Jordan,
unrelenting, sends his personal manager, Wingate, to the Tropics to buy off Jocelyn. As Wingate
arrives, Charles dies of a fever; Jocelyn then becomes determined that her son, as the Jordan heir,
will receive all the advantages of that family's name and fortune. Returning to San Francisco, she is
ignored by Jordon and out of spite decides to reopen her mother's whorehouse under the Jordan
name. After inviting the best of local society to the grand opening, she relents and abandons the
scheme; Jordan, who finally realizes her basic worth, then recognizes her son as his heir, and
Wingate, who has fallen in love with her, takes Jocelyn and the small boy into his home.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com

Doris Kenyon ...  Jocelyn Margot
Lloyd Hughes ...  Charlie Jordan
Frank Mayo ...  Jeffrey Wingate
Hobart Bosworth ...  John Jordan
Anna Q. Nilsson ...  Alicia Wingate
Myrtle Stedman ...  Madame Margot
Dorothy Brock ...  Sonny
Directed by: John Francis Dillon

Written by: Kenneth B. Clarke

Based on the short story "If I Marry Again" by Gilbert Frankau
(publication undetermined).
~Plot Synopsis~
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: First National Pictures

Cinematography by: James Van Trees
Film Editing by: LeRoy Stone
Art Direction by: Milton Menasco
Editorial Supervisor: Marion Fairfax
Supervisor: Earl Hudson

Length: 8 Reels
Runtime: 80 Minutes
Released: February 15, 1925