Her Forgotten Past

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Her Forgotten Past
Directed byWesley Ford
Written by George Morgan
Produced byWesley Ford
Cinematography James S. Brown Jr.
Edited by Fred Bain
Wesley Ford Productions
Distributed by Mayfair Pictures
Release date
September 1, 1933
Running time
65 minutes
CountryUnited States
Language English

Her Forgotten Past is a 1933 American pre-Code mystery film directed by Wesley Ford and starring Monte Blue, Barbara Kent and Henry B. Walthall. [1]



Without telling her wealthy father, Doris Maynard marries the family chauffeur. When he finds out the couple leave together, but after a few months she discovers that her husband is a reckless gambler, who with a warrant out for his arrest goes on the run. Doris returns home and sometime later is courted by a district attorney, but on her father's advice declines to tell him about her recent marriage as it is believed her husband is now dead in an automobile accident.


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  1. Pitts p. 253