|Forgive and Forget|
|Directed by||Howard M. Mitchell|
|Written by||John Stone|
|Story by||Charles Furthman|
|Produced by||John Stone|
|Cinematography||King D. Gray|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
Forgive and Forget is a 1923 American silent mystery film directed by Howard M. Mitchell and starring Estelle Taylor, Pauline Garon, and Philo McCullough.It was made by Columbia Pictures at the Sunset Gower Studios in Los Angeles.
A woman (Taylor) having an affair is blackmailed by her lover's roommate (McCullough). When her lover (Steele) is founded dead, her husband (Standing) is then arrested for the murder.
A print of Forgive and Forget with one reel missing is located in the George Eastman Museum Motion Picture Collection.
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