Broadway's Elaine Hammerstein stars in this routine silent melodrama about a girl eloping with a society wastrel only to finds herself falsely accused of a theft actually committed by him. She seeks refuge with an upstanding young man and the villain is soon brought to justice. Hammerstein, who excelled in society dramas like this one, was supported by William B. Davidson as the upstanding young gent, Huntley Gordon as the thief, Louise Prussing, Colin Campbell, and Warren Cook. The Girl from Nowhere was directed by George Archainbaud and produced by Lewis J. Selznick.
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