~The Furnace~
~W.D.T.-2-77: Agnes Ayres~
~Plot Synopsis~
Folly Vallance weds millionaire Anthony Bond solely out of love for his money. When he realizes
this, Bond insists upon a marriage in name only. Folly, out of exasperation, plunges into the social
whirl where Bond's close friend, Keene Mordaunt, befriends her. When Count Svensen attempts to
blackmail Folly into running away with him, Keene pursues them to a country house where they
meet Anthony, who accuses his friend of treachery. Folly finally recognizes her love for her husband
and explains the cause of her actions; Bond forgives her and the two are reconciled.  

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: William Desmond Taylor

Written by: Julia Crawford Ivers

Based on the novel The Furnace by Pan (pseud. of Leslie Beresford)
(London, 1920).

Agnes Ayres ...Folly Vallance
Jerome Patrick ...Anthony Bond
Theodore Roberts ...General Archibald Foulkes-Brent
Betty Francisco ...Patricia Brent
Milton Sills ...Keene Mordaunt
Helen Dunbar ...Lady Foulkes-Brent
F.A. Turner ...Albert Vallance (as Fred Turner)
Robert Bolder ...Slomon Bassbridge
Mayme Kelso ...Lady Foulkes-Brent
Lucien Littlefield ...Bert Vallance
Edward Martindel ...Count Svenson
~Remaining Credits~

Production Companies:
Realart Pictures Corporation
William D. Taylor Productions

Distribution Company: Realart Pictures

Cinematography by: James Van Trees
Art Direction by: Wilfred Buckland
Assistant Director: Frank O'Connor
Technical Director: Neal Dodd
Manager of Production: George James Hopkins

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 Minutes
Released: November 1920