Very hard to find original silent film movie theater herald for WHEN MEN ARE TEMPTED.
When Men Are Tempted is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by William Wolbert and starring Mary Anderson, Gayne Whitman (aka... Alfred Whitman, Alfred Vosburgh) and Robert N. Bradbury. From the famous novel "John Burt" by Frederick Upham Adams. A Vitagraph Blue Ribbon Feature.
He wore the brand of a criminal, to protect the name of the girl he loved. He would not hear the name of Jessie Gorden spoken lightly by his wealthy rival. It was not jealousy, but honor, that caused him to clash with Arthur Morris the millionaires son. And when he fled from town, it was with the hunting knowledge that there was a price on his head. But he also knew that there was love in his heart. And it burned nonetheless fiercely when he returned from the California gold fields. He was rich, Arthur Morris was alive, and Jessie Gorden was still – Jessie Gorden. But when he discovered that the girl of his dreams was the promised bride of his boyhood enemy, all his gold was not heavier than his heart...
Mary Anderson as Jessie Garden
Gayne Whitman as John Burt
Robert N. Bradbury as Peter Burt
Otto Lederer as General Garden
S.E. Jennings as Kinsley
This was from The Butler Theater in Tonopah, Nevada. When opened up completely it’s 7 x 10.5 inches. Used condition, wear & tear, crease marks, edge tears. 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# silentfilmbin.