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|Sally of the Scandals|
|Directed by||Lynn Shores|
Ken Marr (ass't director)
|Written by||Enid Hibbard (story, scenario)|
John W. Conway (intertitles)
Randolph Bartlett (intertitles)
|Produced by||Film Booking Offices of America|
|Edited by||Archie Marshek|
|Distributed by||Film Booking Offices of America|
|7 reels; 6,059 feet|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
Chorus girl Sally Rand (Love) cares for her crippled sister Mary (Lambert). She agrees to marry gangster Bill Reilly (Miley)—whom she believes to be a legitimate businessman—after he promises to pay for an operation for her sister. The lead in the show, Marian Duval (Quimby), is jealous of the attention that Steve Sinclair (Forrest), wealthy backer of the Broadway show, is showing Sally, and she wrongfully accuses Sally of theft. Steve learns of Marian's and Reilly's lies, and prevents Sally from marrying Reilly. He then makes her the star of the show.
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