Way of a Woman (1919) - Rotten Tomatoes

Way of a Woman (1919)





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Nancy Lee (Norma Talmadge) is a Southern belle with a good pedigree whose family, nevertheless, is impoverished. They refuse to allow her to marry the man of her heart, Anthony Weir (Conway Tearle), because, although he has money, his family tree is lacking. Nancy sends Anthony away but then rebelliously marries a New Yorker who throws all his money away on partying. He dies not long after they are wed and leaves her nearly penniless. Anthony's nephew passes himself off to Nancy as a man of wealth, so she accepts the money he offers to loan her. But he has actually embezzled the cash, and Anthony berates Nancy because he believes his nephew stole the money on her behalf. But his nephew reveals that he misrepresented himself to Nancy, and then Anthony finds out that she's no longer a part of her dead husband's fast crowd. So the two are finally reunited.


Norma Talmadge
as Nancy Lee
Conway Tearle
as Anthony Weir
May McAvoy
as Grace Lee
Hasssard Short
as Johnnie Flinch
George Le Guere
as Douglas Weir
William Humphrey
as Nathan Casper
Jobyna Howland
as Mollie Wise
Stuart Holmes
as George Trevor
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There is an awfully human story wandering about and trying to find itself through the mass of material from which it has evidently been cut without ever becoming entire.

July 31, 2019 | Full Review…

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