Directed by: Wray Bartlett Physioc
Starring one of the silent screen's lesser femme fatales, the Michigan-born De Sacia Moors, this
low-budget melodrama was released by Wid Gunning, Inc. as part of that company's "Entertainment
Series." Miss Moors played Marcia Saville, a flirt who prefers underworld figure Tom Smith, alias "The
Snapper" (Alfred Barrett), to her decent boyfriend Martin Kent (veteran actor Edwin August). But Tom is
involved in a plot to fleece Marcia's father (Joseph Smiley), a scheme that backfires when Kent suddenly
proves his "strength of character" (as a sub-title puts it). Filmed at the former Balboa studios in Long
Beach, California, The Blonde Vampire was produced, written and directed by Wray Physioc.

Plot Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein,

De Sacia Mooers ...  Marcia Saville
Joseph W. Smiley ...  John Saville
Charles Craig ...  Simon Downs
Miriam Battista ...  Alice
Robert Conville ...  Jimmy the Rat
Edwin August ...  Martin Kent
Frank Beamish ...  The Chief
Mildred Wayne ...  Lou
Alfred Barrett ...  The Snapper
~Plot Synopsis~
~Remaining Credits~

Produced by: Wray Physioc Company

Distributed by:
Film Booking Offices of America (FBO)
Wid Gunning Inc.

Length: 6 Reels
Released: April 1922
~The Blonde Vampire~