Shattered Lives

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Shattered Lives
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Directed by Henry McCarty
Written byVictor Gibson
Henry McCarty
Produced by Samuel Sax
Starring Edith Roberts
Robert Gordon
Ethel Wales
Cinematography Jack MacKenzie
Production
company
Distributed byLumas Film Corporation
Release date
  • July 8, 1925 (1925-07-08)
Running time
60 minutes
CountryUnited States
Language Silent (English intertitles)

Shattered Lives is a 1925 American silent drama film directed by Henry McCarty and starring Edith Roberts, Robert Gordon, and Ethel Wales. [1]

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Plot

As described in a film magazine review, [2] Mumsie is living on a farm with Donald, not knowing that he is her real son, having adopted him following a train wreck several years before. Her real son had been taken away by her husband when the boy was an infant. Red Myers is put in her home, posing as her son, by a shyster lawyer. The father, who has made a fortune in Alaska, is returning home to Mumsie when the plotters attempt to waylay him. Donald assists in the rescue of his father and it becomes evident that he is the rightful heir, while Red is apprehended. Donald marries Sally.

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References

  1. Munden p. 705
  2. "New Pictures: Shattered Lives", Exhibitors Herald, Chicago, Illinois: Exhibitors Herald Company, 22 (04): 56, 18 July 1925, retrieved 17 June 2022PD-icon.svgThis article incorporates text from this source, which is in the public domain .

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