The Dark Swan
Also known as [The Black Swan]
B&W : Seven reels / 6700 feet
Directed by Millard Webb
Cast: Marie Prevost [Eve Quinn], Monte Blue [Lewis Dike], Helene Chadwick [Cornelia Quinn], John Patrick [Wilfred Meadows], Lilyan Tashman [Sybil Johnson], Vera Lewis [Mrs. Quinn], Carlton Miller (Carl Miller) [Tim Fontanelle], Mary MacLaren [Mary Robinson], Arthur Rankin [Clifford Raynes]
Warner Brothers Pictures, Incorporated, production; distributed by Warner Brothers Pictures, Incorporated. / Scenario by Fred Jackson, from the novel The Dark Swan by Ernest Pascal. Cinematography by David Abel and Millard Webb. / © 1 November 1924 by Warner Brothers Pictures, Incorporated [LP20762]. Premiered November 1924 in New York, New York. Released 7 December 1924. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.33:1 format.
Synopsis: [Moving Picture World, 29 November 1924, page 545] Because she is a clever vamp, Eve Quinn has generally had her way with men, while her sister Cornelia, a quiet, deep-thinking girl, cannot bring herself to deliberately pursue them. So Eve wins Lewis Dike, whom Cornelia loves. Immediately after her marriage Eve begins a series of dangerous adventures with Wilfred Meadows. Lewis learns of them and endeavors to reason with his wife, but she will not listen to him. As Cornelia is sailing for Europe, Lewis meets her at the dock, tells her that he has made a mistake in marrying Eve, that they are to be divorced and that he loves Cornelia. They part with mutual assurances of a future meeting.
Survival status: (unknown)
Current rights holder: (unknown)
Listing updated: 1 March 2010.
References: Website-AFI; Website-IMDb.