Vintage original 11 x 14 in. US lobby card from the 1920s silent film drama/romance, THE TOP O' THE MORNING, released in 1922 by Universal Film Manufacturing Company and directed by Edward Laemmle.
The image depcits "Jerry" O'Donnell (Gladys Wlton) being kissed in the arms of John Garland (Harry Myers). The border artwork depcits a full-length shot of her as well. It is unrestored in very fine- condition.
*"Top o' the Morning is a lost 1922 silent film romantic drama directed by Edward Laemmle and starring Gladys Walton. It was produced and distributed by Universal Film Manufacturing Company.
As described in a film magazine, Geraldine "Jerry" O'Donnell (Walton), a winsome Irish colleen, is happy at the thought that she will soon visit her father and brother in America, but once there she finds her stepmother making her life unbearable, and she decides to run away. After leaving a farewell note to her father, she accidentally meets young American banker John Garland (Myers), who remembers her from the previous summer as a lass of Old Ireland. Learning of her plight, he offers to take her into his home as a governess to his little daughter Dot (Turner), who has adored Jerry since meeting her in County Kerry. Separated from her father, afraid that her brother may be sent to prison for a crime he did not commit, and having few of the stuff of which happiness is made, Jerry learns about life. She eventually becomes an American girl and wife."
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