The Seventh Day Trailer

The Seventh Day Trailer (1922)

05 February 1922

A group of New York society folk on a yachting excursion are forced to put into a New England fishing village for repairs. The engaged couple Reggie and Patricia are taken with the quaint town and its quainter ways, but also with two locals, Betty Alden and her brother John. Patricia begins to fall for John while her fiancé takes a seemingly unworthy liking to Betty. The new infatuations lead to disharmony.

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Cast

Richard Barthelmess

as John Alden Jr.

Crew

Henry King

Director

International Releases Dates

United States 05 February 1922

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