The Divine Sinner 1928

The scenes of this story are laid in Austria at the close of the war. The illustrious family of Ludwig is impoverished and the only daughter must work. The picture rather convincingly proves that good may come out of evil, or that there are extenuating circumstances when a girl sins to buy necessities for her family. It's a dangerous theory, but a rather enjoyable picture, due to the presence of Vera Reynolds as Lillia, around whom the sympathy is woven.

Photoplay October 1928

Books with substantial mentioning of The Divine Sinner
Frederick W. Ott
The Films of Carole Lombard
Secaucus, NJ, 1974

The Divine Sinner
United States 1928

Directed by
Scott Pembroke

Bernard Siegel
Ernest Hilliard
Hans Joby
Harry Northrup


Running time:60 minutes
Country:United States

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