~Bert Lytell & Barbara La Marr~

Barbara La Marr ...  Sandra Waring
Bert Lytell ...  David Waring
Leila Hyams ...  Mait Stanley
Augustin Sweeney ...  Bob Stanley
Maude Hill ...  Mrs. Stanley
Edgar Nelson ...  Mr. Stanley
Leon Gordon ...  Stephen Winslow
Leslie Austin ...  Rev. William J. Hapgood
Lillian Ten Eyck ...  Mimi
Morgan Wallace ...  François Molyneaux
Arthur Edmund Carewe ...  Henri La Flamme
Helen Gardner ...  La Flamme's wife
Alice Weaver ...  Dancer
Ethlyne Clair   
Downing Clarke
Barbara La Marr plays the title role, a woman with a dual nature. On one hand, Sandra is a
home-loving wife, on the other, she craves adventure and excitement. Her husband David, an
architect (Bert Lytell), does not understand her needs, and when he faces financial ruin, Sandra
helps out by working out a deal with the womanizing Stephen Winslow (Leon Gordon). This is only
the start of Sandra's scandalous lifestyle, which takes her to Europe. She falls for a Frenchman, who
is only using her as bait for his crooked gambling schemes. Then she becomes involved with a bank
president who, it turns out, already has a wife. Sandra realizes that her lifestyle will never make her
happy, so she returns home but believes that David has become involved with her friend, Mait
Stanley (Leila Hyams). After confessing her sins to David, she leaves to kill herself. David follows
and finds her in a church he has built. He forgives her and they are reconciled.

Plot Synopsis by Sandra Brennan, AllMovie.com
Directed by: Arthur H. Sawyer

Based on the novel by Pearl Doles Bell.
~Plot Synopsis~
~S8-54: Barbara La Marr~
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Associated First National Pictures

Cinematography by: George Clarke

Length: 8 Reels
Runtime: 78 Minutes
Released: September 1924