Stolen Moments

[Reconstructed titles for 
three-reel November 1922 reissue 
of December 1920 feature]

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     SELECT FILMS LTD
         presents
     "STOLEN MOMENTS"
         featuring
    RUDOLPH VALENTINO in
A SOUTH AMERICAN LOVE ROMANCE.

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Vera Blaine - daughter 
of a poetess - born with
a heritage of romance,
'neath the Southern skies.

2
Marguerite Namara
    as Vera.

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Jose Dalmarez, a Brazilian, and
 a noted author of novels in
           English.

        RUDOLF VALENTINO.

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 Dalmarez, though a stranger to 
her people, had quickly fascinated 
     the impetuous Vera.

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"Won't you remain awhile?"

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"No. No. I must hurry home
       immediately."

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Hugh Conway, a rising attorney.
      Vera's guardian.

       ALBERT L. BARRETT.

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Hugh's mother.

 HENRIETTA SIMPSON.

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Hugh's college chum, partner and
      pal, Richard Huntley.

               WALTER CHAPIN.

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Love speeds the hours - and a
       new day comes.

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"For me? How thoughtful
        of you."

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"Vera, I have distressing news 
           for you."

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"I am forced to return to Brazil 
      within a few days."

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"Will you go with me?"

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"Give me until tomorrow to 
         decide."

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"Vera has refused me, Mother."

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"I brought my mother's wedding 
 ring - it will be so romantic to 
      be married with it."

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"Don't bother, little girl - we'll have
 no use for it, ours is a union of 
              souls."

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"You mean - we are not - to
       be married?"

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"But dear, ours is a love that is
  above such stupid conventions."

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"Close up this place, Carlos.
    I'm off for Brazil."

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Afar off in Brazil, Dalmarez con-
  tinues his favourite pastime.

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Inez Salles, the daughter of a high 
      government official.

            AILEEN SAVAGE. 

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Campos Salles, Inez's father, a man
 of honour, distinction and wealth.

            ALEX K. SHANNON.

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Campos' son, Alvarez, proud of
   the family honour.

         GENE GAUTHIER.

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Dalmarez, in search of data for a
 new novel, returns to America.

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"Dick, let me present Mr. Dalmarez,
 the famous novelist. He is seeking
      data on criminal law."

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"May we invite you to dinner next 
       Tuesday evening?"

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"I think I shall go straight 
         home, Hugh."

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"May I not offer you my car?"

31
"Yes, Vera, why not let Mr. Dalmarez 
          take you home?"

32
"I wonder what your husband would 
 think of those letters of yours, and
   the inscription in the book you
              gave me."

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"You know how innocent I was
  of any thought of wrong."

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"I may believe that, but your 
      husband wouldn't."

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"I am sorry you insist on coming 
         to our dinner."

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"I can't resist the temptation to
          be near you."

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Towards the end of the dinner.

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"Do you think that the theme of
 your latest novel is quite true 
            to life?"

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"I knew a girl who gave herself to 
 a man in just the way I describe,
 and I could show you letters and 
  a book of poems to prove it."

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"My novel will contend that the
 girl broke no law, for I maintain
 that we have the right to choose 
        our own destiny."

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"Be generous, return my book and 
     letters, and go away."

42
"There is but one way."

43
The investigation.

44
"The murder took place about
 nine o'clock last night."

45
"The finger-nail scratches on the
   face point to the work of a 
             woman."

46
"Yes, sir, I stole the money, but
   I swear I didn't kill him."

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"I am convinced it was a woman,
 and I believe there is something
    in that house she wants."

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"What - Dalmarez - murdered -
      and by a woman."

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"Face scratched - glove and
      hairpin found."

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"Dalmarez was murdered last night."

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 "It looks like a woman's work. If
 it is - we are certain to get her -
    women always leave clues."

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And then came opportunity.

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"Dick, for God's sake save me."

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"I came back tonight for my 
     sister's letters."

The
   End


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