Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Directed in the manner of a lamp-lighted melodrama by Louis J. Gasnier, That Model From Paris was based on the old Goveneur Morris play The Right to Live. Heroine Marceline Day lands a job as a model at a fancy dress shoppe, through the auspices of wealthy rake Craufurd Kent. Coincidentally, Day's arrival at the shop occurs the same day that a famous French model is expected to arrive. Mistaken for the Frenchwoman, our heroine becomes the toast of the town, pursued by every wealthy bachelor in town -- including Kent, who's been trying to bed the girl from the beginning of the picture. But Day retains her virtue, finally finding true love in the form of solid and upright Bert Lytell.
love, mistaken-identity, modeling, playboy, romance