Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Starring one of the silent screen's lesser femme fatales, the Michigan-born De Sacia Moors, this low-budget melodrama was released by Wid Gunning, Inc. as part of that company's "Entertainment Series." Miss Moors played Marcia Saville, a flirt who prefers underworld figure Tom Smith, alias "The Snapper" (Alfred Barrett), to her decent boyfriend Martin Kent (veteran actor Edwin August). But Tom is involved in a plot to fleece Marcia's father (Joseph Smiley), a scheme that backfires when Kent suddenly proves his "strength of character" (as a sub-title puts it). Filmed at the former Balboa studios in Long Beach, California, The Blonde Vampire was produced, written and directed by Wray Physioc.
boyfriend, damsel-in-distress, decadence, drunk, injury, mine-owner, party, rescue