Fidelity Pictures Company
Love's Flame; Carrigan, Thomas J.; Osborne, Vivienne ; Silent films; Motion pictures; Dramas; Fidelity Pictures Company; Gregory, Carl Louis; Harrison, Louis Reeves; Williams, Cora; Rene, Alexander; Hall, J. Albert; Roccardi, Albert; Carroll, Marcelle; Barlow, Reginald; Laffey, James P.
Maurice (Alexander Rene) reaches toward the housekeeper while Donald Clay (Thomas J. Carrigan) and St. Gudens (J. Albert Hall) observe. Still photograph of scene in “Love’s Flame,” 1920. Plot: After his plane is shot down in flames, Capt. Clay, a young American aviator, is rescued by Frenchwoman Adele De Ronsard and taken to her family chateau. During his convalescence, Clay falls in love with Adele, who is caring for a small child whom Clay assumes is hers. Ordered to return to his squadron at the end of the war, Clay declares his love for Adele de Ronsard and finds his affection is returned. There is an awkward moment by the appearance of not one but two of Adele’s former suitors. The first, Maurice, she supposed dead in a military prison before she accepted the second, St. Gaudens. When they hear the crying of the child and jump to the conclusion that the child is Adele’s. Clay’s strong appeal to their sense of honor and fairness is overheard by Adele, confirming her judgment. She r
BW photograph; 8" x 10"
Jonathan Silent Film Collection