~Rose of the World~
~RW-52: Allan Forrest & Patsy Ruth Miller~

Patsy Ruth Miller ...  Rose Kirby
Allan Forrest ...  Jack Talbot
Pauline Garon ...  Edith Rogers
Rockliffe Fellowes ...  Clyde Bainbridge
Barbara Luddy ...  Cecilia Kirby
Alec B. Francis ...  'Gramp' Tallifer (as Alec Francis)
Helen Dunbar ...  Mrs. John Talbot
Lydia Knott ...  Mrs. Kirby
Edward Peil Jr. ...  The Boy
Carrie Clark Ward ...  Sally Towsey
Virginia Marshall ...  Little girl
~RW-59: Helen Dunbar, Pauline Garon & Allan Forrest~
Directed by: Harry Beaumont

Written by:
Dorothy Farnum - adaptation
Julien Josephson - writer

Based on the novel  Rose of the World  by Kathleen Norris (New York,
Wealthy Jack Talbot falls in love with Rose Kirby, a girl living in reduced circumstances, but,
through fear of his mother's disapproval, he does not marry her. Rose later marries Clyde
Bainbridge, a rotter who knows that, under the terms of a secret contract, Rose will inherit the
Talbot ironworks. Rose finds the contract, but, mistrusting her husband, does not make use of it.
Talbot marries a vamp, who later dies in childbirth. Clyde is accidentally killed by Rose's demented
grandfather. Rose and Talbot then return to each other, finding together a long-delayed happiness.

Plot Synopsis from AFI.com
~Plot Synopsis~
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Warner Bros. Pictures

Cinematography by: David Abel
Assistant Director: Frank R. Strayer

Length: 8 Reels
Runtime: 80 Minutes
Released: November 21, 1925