About the film
A Lady of Quality
Release Date: December 27, 1913
|Production Companies||:||Famous Players Film Company|
|Director||:||J. Searle Dawley|
|Writers||:||J. Searle Dawley, Frances Hodgson Burnett, Frances Hodgson Burnett, Stephen Townsend|
News is received by Sir Jeoffrey, a dissolute roué, whose contempt for the other sex extends even to his own daughters, of the arrival of another female child in the family. The mother dies shortly after, and the child, Clorinda, is brought up among the servants without a guiding hand. True to his vow to ignore his offspring, Sir Jeoffrey does not come in contact with Clo, until her sixth year, when he finds her playing with his powder horn in the great hall of his castle, Wildair, and sternly upbraids her.