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Everybody’s Acting (1926)



Everybody’s Acting

(1926)

69 minutes

Drama / Romance / Silent

Directed by Marshall Neilan

Cast:
 
Betty Bronson as Doris Poole
Ford Sterling as Michael Poole
Louise Dresser as Anastasia Potter
Lawrence Gray as Ted Potter
Henry B. Walthall as Thorpe
Raymond Hitchcock as Ernest Rice
Stuart Holmes as Clayton Budd
Edward Martindel as Peter O'Brien
Philo McCullough as Paul Singleton
Jed Prouty as Bridewell Potter
Jocelyn Lee as Barbara Potter

Doris Poole is an orphan, adopted and raised by four member of the theatrical troupe her parents were part of. She encounters a millionaire named Ted when she gets older and falls in love with him. Doris has no clue he is a millionaire, thinking he is a cab driver. He is really the son of a rich widow who looks into Doris’s past and discovers her father murdered her mother due to jealousy . Doris was never informed on how she became an orphan. The foursome convince Ted’s mother to send him off to the Orient, but she has no clue Doris is going away with him.




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Matinee Classics - Everybody’s Acting starring Betty Bronson, Ford Sterling, Louise Dresser, Lawrence Gray, Henry B. Walthall, Raymond Hitchcock, Stuart olmes, Edward Martindel, Philo McCullogh, Jed Prouty and Jocelyn Lee


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