Cast & Crew
"A sculptor in the Latin Quarter of Paris harbors an unrequited passion for his model. The latter meets young American tourist and they become infatuated. The youth's father pleads with girl to give him up and she agrees if she may be permitted to have one evening of happiness during the Mardi Gras festival. The jealous sculptor enlists the aid of half-crazed keeper of wax museum to dispose of American youth. The boy is kidnapped and tortured, but rescued in the nick of time. The young people finally receive the father's blessing." ( Motion Picture News Booking Guide, 4:108, April 1923.)
J. Farrell Macdonald
Made in 1920, but not released until 1923.
Produced in 1920 by Tourneur as The Glory of Love; not released until 1923.