~Somewhere in France~
~Louise Glaum~
~Plot Synopsis~
Marie Chaumontel (Louise Glaum), a spy for the Germans during World War I, vamps her way through
the French high command, accumulating state secrets as she discards lovers. Captain Henry Ravignac
(Jerome Storm) commits suicide because of her, after which his brother, Lieutenant Charles Ravignac
(Howard Hickman), vows revenge. As a result, he pretends to be a German spy and then becomes an
assistant to Marie, all the while gathering evidence against her. Finally, he accumulates enough to hand
her over to French authorities, after which he is hailed as a hero for so damaging German espionage

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: Charles Giblyn

Written by:  
J.G. Hawks -  scenario (as J.G. Hawkes)

Based on the novel Somewhere in France by Richard Harding Davis (New
York, 1915).

Louise Glaum ...Marie Chaumontel
Howard C. Hickman ...Lt. Charles Ravignac (as Howard Hickman)
Joseph J. Dowling ...Gen. Andres
Fanny Midgley ...Madame Benet
Jerome Storm ...Capt. Henry Ravignac
George Fisher ...Herr Vogel
William Fairbanks ...Capt. Pierre Thierry (as Carl Ullman)
~Remaining Credits~

Production Companies:
Kay-Bee Pictures
New York Motion Picture

Distribution Company: Triangle Distributing

Producer: Thomas H. Ince
Cinematographer: Dal Clawson

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Released: October 29, 1916