Remember (1926)

Release Date - Dec 20, 1926 (USA - Unknown)  |   Run Time - 55 min.  |   Countries - United States  |   MPAA Rating - NR
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Synopsis by Hal Erickson

Dorothy Phillips, an actress once billed as the "Duse of the Screen," stars in the Columbia programmer Remember. Phillips is cast as Ruth Pomeroy, who performs yeoman duty to convince her blinded brother-in-law Jimmy (Earl Metcalfe) that his wife -- Ruth's flighty younger sister Constance (Lola Todd) -- remained faithful to him during WWI. Posing as Constance, Ruth tends to Jimmy's needs upon his return, falling in love with him in the process. After a fall down a flight of stairs, Jimmy recovers his eyesight, realizing at long last that it was Ruth and not Constance who was true-blue all along. The script for Remember was written by 2-reel comedienne Dorothy Howell, unexpectedly "going dramatic."



blindness [physical], brother-in-law, handicap, love, sister