Everybody's Acting (1926)

10/04/1926 (US) RomanceDrama 1h 10m
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Doris Poole, whose parents were theatrical people, was orphaned as a child, and four members of the troupe adopted and raised her. When grown, she has become the leading lady in a San Francisco stock-company. She meets and falls in love with Ted, the millionaire son of a rich widow, but she thinks he is only a tax-cab driver. His mother objects to the romance and looks into Doris' past. She learns that her father had murdered, in a fit of jealousy, her mother, and tells Doris what she has found out. The four actors who had raised her had never told her how she happened to become an orphan. They persuade Ted's mother to send him on a voyage to the Orient in order to get him away from Doris. But they neglected to tell the mother they had also booked passage for Doris on the same ship.

  1. Marshall Neilan

    Director, Story

  2. George Marion Jr.


Top Billed Cast

  1. Betty Bronson

    Betty Bronson

    Doris Poole

  2. Ford Sterling

    Ford Sterling

    Michael Poole

  3. Louise Dresser

    Louise Dresser

    Anastasia Potter

  4. Lawrence Gray

    Lawrence Gray

    Ted Potter

  5. Henry B. Walthall

    Henry B. Walthall


  6. Raymond Hitchcock

    Raymond Hitchcock

    Ernest Rice

  7. Stuart Holmes

    Stuart Holmes

    Clayton Budd

  8. Edward Martindel

    Edward Martindel

    Peter O'Brien

  9. Philo McCullough

    Philo McCullough

    Paul Singlton

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Original Language English

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