~Lady Rose's Daughter~
~Plot Synopsis~
Julie Le Breton, born out of wedlock to Lady Rose, is taken under the guardianship of a distant
relative, Lady Delafield, who never lets the girl forget her shameful parentage. Although Lady
Delafield thinks that Julie is scheming to ensnare her nephew Jacob, Julie is actually infatuated with
the dashing Captain Warkworth. After attempting to further Warkworth's career by introducing him
to the visiting war minister, Lady Delafield, enraged that Julie has importuned their guest, turns the
girl out of the house. In a fit of desperation, Julie goes to Warkworth's quarters, followed by Jacob,
who loves the girl. When Jacob exposes Warkworth's engagement to an heiress, Julie, devastated,
attempts suicide. Taken to a hospital, she is discovered by Jacob, who convinces his aunt that Julie
should not be punished for the sins of her mother. Apprised of Warkworth's untimely death, Julie
finally accepts Jacob's love.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: Hugh Ford

Written by: Burns Mantle - scenario

Based on the novel Lady Rose's Daughter by Mrs. Humphry Ward
(London, 1903).

Elsie Ferguson ...  Julie le Breton / Lady Rose / Lady Maude
Frank Losee ...  Lady Maude's Husband
David Powell ...  Captain Warkworth
Holmes Herbert ...  Jacob Delafield (as Holmes E. Herbert)
Ida Waterman ...  Lady Henry Delafield
Warren Cook ...  War Minister
~Remaining Credits~

Produced by: Famous Players-Lasky Corporation

Released by: Paramount Pictures

Cinematography by: Arthur C. Miller
Presenter: Adolph Zukor

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Released: August 29, 1920