Mary Latimer, Nun

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Mary Latimer, Nun
Directed by Bert Haldane
Written by Will H. Glaze
R. Byron Webber
Starring Malvina Longfellow
Warwick Ward
Ethel Fisher
Famous Pictures
Distributed byFamous Pictures
Release date
March 1920
CountryUnited Kingdom
English intertitles

Mary Latimer, Nun is a 1920 British silent drama film directed by Bert Haldane and starring Malvina Longfellow, Warwick Ward and Ethel Fisher. The film is based on a novel by Eve Elwen. [1] The screenplay concerns a girl from the slums who marries the son of an aristocrat.


Plot summary

A girl from the slums marries the son of an aristocrat. When he abandons her, she makes a living as a music hall performer.


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  1. Goble p.146