The Stolen Voice

1
Gerald D'Orville, operatic tenor.

                  Robert Warwick

2
Belle Borden, a social
   adventuress --

                  Violet Horner

3
Dr. Luigi Brosio --

             Giorgio Majeromi

4
"They say he gets two thousand
 dollars a week -- I must be
         introduced."

5
After the matinee.

6
Richard Leslie, an actor friend,
    makes his daily touch --

                   Bertram Marburgh

7
Marguerite Randall, an ardent
         idolator --

                     Frances Nelson

8
After a twilight dinner on the roof.

9
A symbol of good luck.

10
At the performance that night.

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Good for evil.

12
"Why didn't you take it all?"

13
"Take this money --- cut out the
      booze --- be a man."

14
Dr. Brosio:

     "How do you produce such 
         beautiful tones?"

15
Gerald:

   "With my mouth."

16
Jealousy prompts the Doctor to
use hypnotic influence to take
    away his rival's voice.

17
Into the wee sma' hours.

18
"We'll motor to the beach and
     see the sun rise."

19
Belle:

    "I dare you to go in swimming 
        just the way you are."

20
"Come on. Don't be a quitter."

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"I dare you."

22
"Look out. There's a hole."

23
"I'll never be able to sing tonight
        with this throat."

24
"You can't sing --- You can't sing."

25
That evening.

26
A queer sense of humor.

27
Ordered abroad for treatment.

28
Fortune smiles on one, frowns on
    another, and some she
      simply passes by.

29
"I'll attend to this myself."

30
Returned from abroad, his funds
 exhausted in vain efforts to
     recover his voice.

31
"With your wonderful eyes, you should
     be a success in pictures."

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Willing to work at anything.

33
The silent singer turns to
    the silent drama.

34
"Can you hear?"

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"Well listen --- get out."

36
"I'm on the wagon --- have a drink."

37
"This little lady thinks
     she knows you."

38
Idol and idolator have their trial
     pictures taken together.

39
Up the ladder of fame again.

40
"Movie" actors at work and play.

41
"Dead!"

42
Miles away, the mysterious
influence passing from this
  world -- nature resumes 
         her away.

43
"I've found my voice. Will you
    marry me? Say yes...."

44
"If I don't lose my own voice
     from joy --- yes."

45
And then he talked, and
  talked and talked --


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