Ghosts of Yesterday (1918)
Talmadge in GHOSTS OF YESTEDAY
MOON. TO NIGHT
M. SCHENCK Presents
"GHOSTS OF YESTERDAY"
Adapted from the successful play, "TWO WOMEN," with Norma Talmadge displaying her versatility in a dual role. Ruth Grahame, a demure little seamstress, reforms Howard Marston, a spendthrift artist, but dies from an illness brought on by poverty; later he becomes rich and, desiring to finish the portrait of his dead wife, he takes as a model, La Fleur, the queen of the Bal Tabarin, also played by Norma Talmadge. How he recoils from her vulgarity -- but you'll never guess the transformation which comes over her, and the denouement.
with Norma Talmadge and Eugene O'Brien. Directed by Charles Miller. Norma Talmadge/Select Pictures.
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