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1915 Robert Warwick THE FACE IN THE MOONLIGHT Rare Silent Film Movie Herald

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From the Southern California estate sale of a silent film collector! Very hard to find original silent film movie theater herald for THE FACE IN THE MOONLIGHT. 

The Face in the Moonlight is a 1915 American silent historical drama film directed by Albert Capellani and starring Robert Warwick, Stella Archer, and H. Cooper Cliffe.

World Film Corporation, Louis J. Selznick, vice president - general manager, William A. Brady Picture Plays Inc. presents Robert Warwick in The Face Of The Moonlight, Robert Mantell's greatest stage success.

A French aristocrat loves Jeanne Mailloche, a peasant girl, but is compelled to marry his cousin, Alice De Fontenelles. Jeanne dies soon afterward, leaving a son, who is kidnapped and raised by a band of ruffians. Alice's son, receiving every advantage, is raised as an aristocrat. 20 years later, Victor, the young aristocrat, becomes a captain in the kings army. His half brother, Rabat, has degenerated into a criminal. Strangely enough they look exactly alike, though Rabat is ignorant of victors existence. Victor is engaged to the niece of Munier, who becomes associated with the Napoleonic conspiracy. Munier becomes associated with Rabat. Being unaware of the existence of Rabat, Lucile believes her lover guilty of a murder which she sees Rabat commit at a meeting place appointed by Victor. Rabat's face in the moonlight almost causes Lucile to abandon all faith in Victor. Victor is arrested for the murder. Lucile learns the truth and forces her uncle to intercede. This stays victors execution, but he is charged as a political prisoner, and ordered shot. Victor's release has caused the arrest of Rabat for the murder. He is to be beheaded. Both Rabat and Victor's execution are scheduled for the same day. Lucile knowing of her uncles part in the actual murder, forces him to intercede with Napoleon, thus saving the life of Victor. Rabat meets his fate. Munier escapes from the country. Victor and Lucile are happily married.


Robert Warwick as Victor / Rabat

Stella Archer as Lucille

H. Cooper Cliffe as Munier

Montagu Love as Ambrose

Dorothy Fairchild as Jeanne Mailloche

George MacIntyre

Elaine Hammerstein

When opened up completely it’s 8 x 11.3 inches. Used condition, wear, edge tears, stains, fold mark. Please examine the images closely and ask any questions before purchasing. Shipped flat, solid and secure, inside of an archival quality extra thick 2 mil Crystal Clear resealable protective closure bag sleeve.  Inventory# silentfilmcollection.