|The Love Trap|
|Directed by||John Ince|
|Written by|| Nan Blair |
|Produced by||Ben F. Wilson|
|Starring|| Bryant Washburn |
Ben Wilson Productions
|Distributed by||Grand Asher Distributing Corporation|
|Budget||Silent (English intertitles)|
The Love Trap is a 1923 American silent drama film directed by John Ince and starring Bryant Washburn, Mabel Forrest, and Wheeler Oakman. 
A judge's daughter agrees to go with her fiancée to a roadhouse. However, he is murdered there by his abandoned wife and she is left facing black due to the potential scandal.
A print of The Love Trap is held by the Cinémathèque québécoise of Montreal, Canada.
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