Fogg's Millions

				"FOGG'S MILLIONS." 
				(Two-part Drama.) 
			By Elizabeth R. Carpenter. 
		(Produced by the Vitagraph Co. of America.)
 
				CAST.
 
		Melville Loring. 
		Grace Marvin. 
		Jim Marvin. 
		Wm. Fogg. 
		Mrs. Fogg. 
		Milly Fogg. 
		Peter Fogg.
		Dr. JacK Manly.
 
Nurse, valet, clerk, maid, policeman, hospital attendants, 
chauffeur, etc., etc.
 
				PART ONE. 

				SYNOPSIS.
 
Old Peter Fogg, uncle of William Fogg, has a stroke, and is ordered to the 
seaside by Dr. Jack Manly, who is in love with Wm. Fogg's daughter, Milly. 
Milly, however, is in love with Melville Loring, whom Jim Marvin, now Wm. 
Fogg's gardener, believes to be the man that eloped with his (Jim's) wife.  
Jim tells Manly of his suspicions, and Milly overhears him.  Grace Marvin 
learns of Peter Fogg's being a millionaire, and scheming, scrapes up an 
acquaintance with him.
  
			SCENES OF ACTION.

LEADER.		DR. MANLY IS IN LOVE WITH MILLY FOGG.

Scene  1.	DRAWING ROOM  WILLIAM FOGG'S HOME. 
		Milly Fogg and Dr. Manly are seated together. 
		William Fogg and his wife are in another part 
		of the room chatting.  Dr. Manly shows that
		he is love with Milly, but she treats his advances 
		lightly.  Melville Loring is shown in by
 		the maid and Milly immediately goes to him. 
		She is impressed with this fine-looking man of 
		the world.  Loring shakes hands all around. 
		Dr. Manly has noticed the gladness with which 
		Milly went to Loring, and shows a natural 
		jealousy, though he shakes hands with him. 
		They all chat amicably, Milly keeping by Loring's 
		side and Dr. Manly constantly looking in 
		their direction.
 
LEADER.		MR. PETER FOGG, MILLIONAIRE, HAS A STROKE.

Scene  2.	EXTERIOR OF PETER FOGG'S MANSION--STEPS, ETC.
		Peter Fogg, old and feeble, enters from mansion, 
		assisted by valet and nurse.  He testily 
		waves them away, and descends steps slowly, 
		with the aid of a walking stick and the balustrade.  
		The nurse and valet follow behind him 
		on either side.

Scene  3.	DRIVE OR SIDEWALK WITH LIMOUSINE CAR.
		Peter Fogg slowly approaches car.  Chauffeur is 
		holding door open.  Fogg is about to enter car, 
		when he staggers and falls into the arms of his
		valet.  Chauffeur quickly closes the door of the 
		car, goes to valet's assistance.  They take Fogg
		toward steps.

Scene  4.	ENTRANCE OF MANSION AS IN 2. 
		Valet and chauffeur take Fogg up steps into the
		house.  Nurse opens door for them. 

Scene  5.	FOGG'S BEDROOM.
		Valet and chauffeur bring Fogg in, followed by 
		nurse.  They place him on the bed. Valet gives
		chauffeur quick instructions.  Chauffeur exits
		hurriedly.

Scene  6.	EXTERIOR OF MANSION AS IN 2. 
		Chauffeur comes out quickly, gets in limousine 
		and drives away.
 
Scene  7.	EXTERIOR OF WILLIAM FOGG'S HOME. 
		Limousine enters.  Chauffeur gets down quickly, 
		goes up.   Stops, rings bell and is admitted.
 
LEADER.		WILLIAM FOGG LEARNS OF HIS UNCLE'S STROKE.
 
Scene  8. 	DRAWING ROOM AS IN 1.
		They are all seated as in scene 1. Maid enters 
		and tells them that Fogg's chauffeur wishes to
		see Mr. Wm. Fogg.  She is told to admit him. 
		He enters, hat in hands, and hastily tells them 
		what has happened, indicating Dr. Manly is
		to go at once.  Mr. Fogg and Dr. Manly leave
		together.  All have been interested, listening. 
		Loring looking away with a smile and a cunning 
		meaning on his face.
 
Scene  9.	EXTERIOR OF WM. FOGG'S HOME AS IN 7. 
		Chauffeur comes out followed by Fogg and 
		Manly. Two latter enter car.  Chauffeur
		mounts, drives away. 

Scene 10.	FOGG'S BEDROOM AS IN 5.
		Fogg in bed.  Nurse and valet are in attendance.  
		Knock.  Valet goes quickly to door, admits
		Manly and Wm. Fogg. Former questions 
		nurse and goes to bedside. Wm. Fogg looks 
		very concerned. Dr. Manly sounds Fogg's heart 
		and feels his pulse.  Fogg slowly opens his 
		eyes.  William smiles and says some cheery
		words.  Old Fogg is very irritable.  Manly
		writes prescription, gives it to nurse with 
		instructions.   Says a few cheerful remarks to 
		the old man and leaves with William, who 
		says, "Good-bye," in return.
 
LEADER.		LORING WINS THE HEIR TO PETER FOGG'S MILLIONS
 
Scene 11.	DRAWING ROOM AS IN 1.
		Loring and Milly are seated together.  Loring 
		makes love to her.  She is shy. He proposes, 
		and she bashfully accepts him.  She girlishly 
		throws her arms around his neck and kisses 
		him.  Mrs. William Fogg enters.  She tells her 
		mother, who kisses Milly and shakes hands 
		with Loring.  They exit together.
 
LEADER.		JIM MARVIN MEETS WITH AN ACCIDENT.
 
Scene 12.	STREET SCENE.
		Jim is seen walking slowly along, looking
		about.  He has a tired and forlorn expression. 
		He suddenly starts and stares at something 
		coming in the road.  An auto appears with
		Grace inside.  Jim darts into the roadway to 
		attract her attention, but another auto coming 
		from the opposite direction knocks Jim down. 
		Auto stops and Dr. Manly and William Fogg 
		get out quickly.  With the aid of policemen and 
		chauffeur, put Jim in the car and drive off, 
		policemen accompanying them. 

Scene 13. 	EXTERIOR OF HOSPITAL.
		Dr. Manly and William Fogg arrive with Jim. 
		They take him into hospital, escorted by others.
 
Scene 14.	WARD OF HOSPITAL.
		Jim, on wheel stretcher, is brought into ward 
		and placed on a bed around which an orderly 
		puts screens.  Jim's head is bandaged.  Dr. 
		Manly, William Fogg, interne and nurse are in
		attendance.  Dr. Manly questions Jim, who
		weakly answers him.

CUT-IN.		"I saw my wife, who has deserted me, and I 
		ran to speak to her." 

		Manly puts thermometer in Jim's mouth and 
		feels his pulse.  He talks to William Fogg.  He 
		takes thermometer from Jim's mouth, nods his 
		head approvingly.
 
CUT-IN LEADER.		WILLIAM FOGG OFFERS JIM A
			POSITION AS GARDENER.

		They talk of Jim, and William Fogg suggests 
		that Jim, on coming out of hospital, become his 
		gardener.  Dr. Manly agrees and asks Jim if he 
		would care to accept the position.  Jim, with
		a feeble smile, accepts.  They all show pleasure,
		and exit, leaving nurse in attendance, to whom 
		Dr. Manly gives some instructions.
 
LEADER.		DR. MANLY LEARNS THAT HE IS TOO LATE. 

Scene 15. 	DRAWING ROOM AS IN 1.
		Milly and Dr. Manly enter. He takes her hands 
		and tells her that he loves her.  She starts
		away in surprise and tells him that she is 
		already engaged to Melville Loring.  He shows 
		astonishment, then dejection.  She says that
 		she is sorry to have to hurt his feelings.  He
		says "good-bye" to her, shakes hands and leaves. 
		She looks very sorry to have caused him pain.
 
LEADER.		JIM LEAVES THE HOSPITAL. 

Scene 16.	HOSPITAL WARD SAME AS 14.
		Jim is seen dressed. He is almost strong again. 
		Manly enters with Wm. Fogg.  Doctor asks Jim
 		if he is feeling well. Jim says, "Yes." Fogg
		renews his offer to Jim, who accepts. They
		leave together. Jim shakes hands with the
		nurse.
 
Scene 17.	EXTERIOR OF WM. FOGG'S HOUSE AS BEFORE.
		Jim, Dr. Manly and Wm. Fogg enter, exit into 
		the house.

Scene 18.	WM. FOGG'S HOUSE--REAR--GARDEN.
		Milly and her mother are seen walking in the 
		garden.  Milly is laughing and happy.  Fogg, 
		Manly and Jim come out of the house and 
		approach them.  Jim is introduced as the new
		gardener.  He takes off his cap. Mrs. Fogg asks
		him if he is feeling strong now, and Jim answers, 
		"Yes."  She shows him the garden with 
		her husband. Milly and Manly exit slowly into
		the house.

Scene 19.	PETER FOGG'S BEDROOM, AS BEFORE. 
		Fogg is seated in an armchair. Nurse and Dr. 
		Manly are present.  Old man is grouchy and 
		Manly endeavoring to cheer him. 

CUT-IN.		"You must go away to the seaside for a few 
		weeks." 

		Manly gives cut-in to which Fogg heartily 
		agrees.  Valet enters, and Fogg tells him to 
		pack as soon as possible. Manly tells him that 
		Fogg must get away as soon as possible to the 
		seaside. Valet nods and exits.  Manly shakes 
		hands with Fogg and leaves.
 
LEADER.		JIM REMEMBERS LORING. 

Scene 20.	EXTERIOR. OF WM. FOGG'S HOUSE---GARDEN 
		AS BEFORE.
 		Jim is attending to plants and flowers on the 
		veranda.  Loring and Milly come out, say good-
		bye, and Loring goes down the steps.  Just 
		as he is going, he looks up, raises his hat and 
		exits.  Milly goes into the house.  Jim, who has 
		been watching Loring, starts violently and 
		stares after Loring, with a very intense 
		expression.  He slowly raises his fist and shakes
		it after Loring.   Turns to door through which 
		Milly has gone, then once more toward Loring, 
		nods and says to himself, "I understand your 
		game."  Exits slowly around side of house.
 
LEADER.		MR. PETER FOGG LEAVES FOR THE SEASIDE. 

Scene 21.	EXTERIOR OF FOGG'S MANSION, AS BEFORE.
		Fogg comes out, assisted by valet and nurse. 
		He is carefully wrapped up and appears weak. 
		Footman follows them with bag and grip. 

Scene 22.	SIDEWALK OR DRIVE AS BEFORE. 
		Chauffeur is holding door of limousine open.
		Peter Fogg is carefully helped in. Peter Fogg
		is followed by nurse and valet. The footman 
		puts grips by chauffeur, who drives away.
 
LEADER.		PETER FOGG ARRIVES AT THE SEASIDE. 

Scene 23. 	EXTERIOR OF FASHIONABLE HOTEL. 
		Grace is seen laughing on the veranda with a
		gentleman on either side of her.  They are
		laughing and chatting.  Old Fogg, valet and 
		nurse drive up (either in carriage, taxi or hotel
		omnibus).  Valet gets out, followed by Fogg
		and nurse.  Porter takes luggage.  They all 
		exit into the hotel.  Grace and her friends 
		laugh after they have entered.

Scene 24.	CORNER OF VERANDA, SHOWING SIDE OF 
		WM. FOGG'S HOME.
		Milly is seen sitting around the side of the 
		house. She is intently reading.
 
LEADER.		JIM LEARNS WHO LORING IS. 

Scene 25.	SAME VERANDA, SHOWING FRONT OF HOUSE.
		Jim is seen watering and pruning ferns and 
		flowers on veranda.  He slowly comes towards 
		corner where Milly is sitting. Loring enters up 
		steps with Manly.  Loring enters house, but
		Manly, seeing Jim, comes toward him.  Jim
		quickly indicating the door through which Loring 
		has gone, asks Manly, "Who is that man?" 
		Manly tells him that Mr. Loring is Miss Milly's 
		fiancÚ.

CUT-IN.		"I feel certain he is the man who stole my wife." 

		Jim gives cut-in. Manly is thunderstruck at 
		accusation and questions Jim, who tells him why 
		he suspects Loring. Cut to 

Scene 26.	AROUND VERANDA AS IN 24.
		Milly is sitting up, horrified expression. Cut to 

Scene 27.	FRONT OF VERANDA AS IN 25.
		Jim and Manly are seen talking earnestly. Jim says:
 
CUT-IN.		"If ever I can prove it, I'll shoot him down like
		a dog." 

		Jim fiercely gives cut-in, shaking his fist toward
		the door.  They both exit in that direction, talking 
		earnestly.

Scene 28.	SIDE OF VERANDA AS IN 26.
		Milly sitting with a look of consternation on 
		her face, suddenly bursts out crying, dropping 
		her face in her hands.
 
Scene 29.	FASHIONABLE HOTEL OFFICE.
		Grace is seen standing by desk when Peter 
		Fogg is wheeled by, accompanied by his nurse. 
		Grace smilingly asks the clerk who he is. 

CUT-IN.		"That is Mr. Peter Fogg, the millionaire." 

		Clerk gives cut-in.  Grace immediately interested.  
		She slowly exits in the direction taken 
		by Fogg, thinking deeply. 

Scene 30.	ENTRANCE OF HOTEL AS IN 23. 
		Fogg is wheeled out on veranda. Grace comes 
		out and walks by his chair, sits in folding chair 
		close to him.  Fogg has magazine in his hand
		which he drops. Grace picks it up and hands 
		it back to him. He smiles and thanks her. She 
		smiles at him. The old man seems quite impressed 
		with her, starts a conversation.  Grace 
		turns her head away, a cunning smile on her 
		face.


			End of reel one.
 
 
			"FOGG'S MILLIONS." 
			    PART TWO.
 
				SYNOPSIS. 
Grace is now on very good terms with old Peter Fogg. He proposes to her. She 
consents and marries him. Loring, on learning that his old friend and 
sweetheart has married the Fogg millions, breaks off his engagement with Milly 
and goes to the seaside to Grace.  Old Fogg catches Loring and Grace in a love 
scene and during a violent quarrel has another stroke, from which he dies.  
Later, Grace returns to town and the announcement of her marriage to Loring is 
made.  Jim, in a fit of rage, goes to the house with the intention of shooting 
Loring, and recognizes his wife.  He determines to allow the wedding to take 
place, and later has her arrested for bigamy.  Milly marries Dr. Jack Manly, 
and their child becomes the heir to Fogg's millions.
 
			Scenes of action. 

Scene 31. 	VERANDA OF HOTEL AS IN 30.
		Grace and Peter Fogg are on very good terms. 
		She is laughing and chatting and he is enjoying
		her society.  Nurse comes to say it is time for
		him to go in and starts to wheel his chair. 
		Fogg gets very annoyed and irritable, tells 
		her sharply to leave him alone, as he prefers to 
		stay where he is.  Smiles at Grace, who laughs 
		and nods back. They continue chatting. Nurse 
		leaves them with annoyed expression. 

Scene 32.	WILLIAM FOGG'S GARDEN AS IN 18. 
		Jim is seen working.  Milly, with her father 
		and mother, enter.  Milly is looking sad, is on
		verge of tears.  Her father puts his arm [on her]
		lovingly, asks:  "What is the matter?"  She turns 
		suddenly to her mother and dropping her head
		on her breast, bursts out crying.  Mrs. Fogg
		leads her slowly away.  Mr. Fogg looks puzzled. 
		Jim rises from his work, and touching his cap, 
		asks Mr. Fogg if he may speak to him.  Fogg 
		says "Yes."  Jim, with a look of hatred on his 
		face, explains his idea of the situation. 

CUT-IN.		"The man she is engaged to is a scoundrel. He 
		robbed me of my wife." 

		Jim, with intense feeling, gives cut-in.  Fogg 
		shows surprise and asks him what he means. 
		Jim explains.  Fogg, very thoughtful, looking 
		extremely worried, slowly exits. Jim looks 
		sorrowfully after him, shakes his head and 
		resumes his work.
 
LEADER.		GRACE CAPTURES MR. PETER FOGG. 

Scene 32.	VERANDA AS IN 31.
		Peter Fogg is helped out of the hotel by his 
		valet and nurse.  Grace is with him.  Old Fogg
		is placed in a chair.  The valet and nurse exit. 
		Grace tucks rug around him, seats herself at
		his side.  He looks admiringly at her, and as
		her hand is on the arm of his chair, he places
		his upon it, talking earnestly to her.   She
		smiles and chats pleasantly to him.  He takes 
		her hand in his, and leaning toward her, asks
		her to marry him.  She bashfully refuses, but
		he is persistent.  She shyly asks him if he really
		means it.  He says, "Yes," and once more
		presses her to say yes.  She consents.   He 
		shows great joy, then tells her to keep it quiet, 
		to which she consents.  He kisses her hand.
  
LEADER.		A SHOCK FOR THE FOGG FAMILY. 

Scene 34.	WILLIAM FOGG'S DINING ROOM. 
		Milly, with her father and mother, are at 
		breakfast.  Mr. Fogg is reading morning paper. He 
		sees something in paper which causes him to 
		jump up out of his seat, his face showing great
		excitement.  His wife and daughter, in surprise, 
		ask him what is the matter.  He quickly 
		gives paper to his wife and points out paragraph.  
		Milly goes behind her mother's chair,
		reads over her shoulder.
 
INSERT.		NEWS ITEM.
		Seaport society received a great surprise 
		yesterday on learning that Mr. Peter Fogg, 
		the well-known millionaire, had married 
		Miss Rita Deane, an actress.

		Back to scene. They are all exceedingly upset
		and annoyed at the news.  Fogg throws the
		paper down on the table in temper and disgust.

LEADER.		LORING LEARNS THAT THE GIRL HE BROUGHT FROM 
		THE COUNTRY IS NOW HEIR TO FOGG'S MILLIONS. 

Scene 35.	CLUB SMOKING ROOM.
		Loring is smoking and reading. Waiter brings 
		him a drink, which Loring tells him to charge
		to his account.  Waiter exits.  Loring drinks. 
		He continues reading.  Sudden start.  He looks
		closely at the paper as he reads. He rises
		quickly, showing intense excitement. Looks at
		paper again.
 
INSERT.		NEWS ITEM  SAME AS IN 34.
		Loring slowly raises his eyes from paper, an 
		intent look in them.  Dissolve into

Scene 36.	WOOD SCENE.
		Loring and Grace are seen sitting on a fallen
		tree.   She has her arm around him.  He is 
		pressing her to him and kissing her. Dissolve
		back to 

Scene 37.	CLUB ROOM AS IN 35.
		Loring thinking deeply.  He sits, slowly nods
		head, a cunning smile on his face. 

Scene 38.	BOARDWALK.
		Peter Fogg enters, leaning on Grace's arm.  She 
		places him in chair and tucks rug around him. 
		He takes her left hand and looking lovingly at 
		the wedding ring, kisses it and smiles at Grace. 
		The old man looks very happy.  Grace turns 
		away, knowing smile on her face.
 
Scene 39.	VERANDA OF WM. FOGG'S HOME AS IN 25. 
		Mr. and Mrs. Fogg, Milly and Dr. Manly are 
		sitting on the veranda chatting.  Fogg has a 
		paper and is excitedly discussing his uncle's
		marriage, banging paper with his fist.  The
		others are listening intently, though Milly has a 
		rather sad look.  Mail carrier comes up steps, 
		gives Milly letter and exits.  Milly looks eagerly 
		at the writing.  A look of foreboding comes over 
		her face. She asks them to excuse her, quickly 
		opens the letter and reads. With a cry of pain 
		she buries her face in her hands.  They all 
		look surprised at the distress and her mother
		asks what is the matter.  Milly hands her the
		letter, which she reads.

INSERT. 
		Dear Milly:  During the last few days your 
		manner toward me has changed, and I feel 
		that something has come between us. 
		Under these circumstances, it is better that 
		our engagement should cease. 
			Yours, 
				MELVILLE LORING.
 
		Mrs. Fogg is enraged, and, taking Milly in her
		arms, exits slowly into the house.  Fogg, who
		has taken and read the letter, passes it to Dr. 
		Manly.  The latter can scarcely conceal his joy. 

CUT-IN.		"I think we are lucky to be rid of him." 

		Mr. Fogg gives cut-in to Dr. Manly, who heartily 
		agrees, and they slowly exit into house.
 
LEADER.		LORING LEAVES TOWN--

Scene 40. 	RAILROAD TERMINUS.
		Loring, with grip, is seen boarding train.
 
LEADER.		--AND ARRIVES AT SEAPORT. 

Scene 41. 	SAME AS 30.
		Loring enters, goes up steps and exits into 
		hotel.

Scene 42. 	WM. FOGG'S GARDEN AS IN 18.
		Milly and Dr. Manly are seen walking in the 
		garden. Milly looks depressed and Manly is 
		trying to cheer her.  Jim is tending some flowers. 
		They approach him. He cuts a bloom and, taking 
		off his cap, offers it to Milly, who smiles 
		and thanks him as she accepts it.  Jim cuts 
		another, which he offers to Dr. Manly as a 
		boutonniere.  The latter thanks him, and handing
		the flower to Milly, asks her to put it in his 
		coat.  She does as he asks, and they exit smiling.  
		Jim looks after them, nodding approval.
 
LEADER.		WHEN OLD FRIENDS MEET. 

Scene 43.	HOTEL VERANDA AS IN 30--EVENING. 
		Loring is seen seated, smoking.  Grace comes 
		out of hotel looking very bored.  She goes to
		sit when she sees Loring.  He rises quickly and 
		goes to her.  She is delighted to see him again 
		and they shake hands heartily. They sit down 
		beside each other, talking earnestly.
 
CUT-IN LEADER.		GRACE TELLS LORING HER FIRST 
			HUSBAND IS DEAD, AND THAT 
			SHE HAS MARRIED PETER 
			FOGG, THE MILLIONAIRE. 

		Grace explains cut-in to Loring and shows him 
		her wedding ring.  He pretends not to have 
		heard of her marriage and congratulates her. 
		She looks toward hotel entrance with sneering 
		expression, tells Loring how terribly bored she
		is with Fogg already.  He takes her hand and
		tries to cheer her up.  They are soon laughing 
		and chatting on the best of terms, Grace showing 
		plainly how happy she is to see him again. 
		Cut to 

Scene 44.	HOTEL SITTING ROOM WITH BEDROOM BEYOND.
		Peter Fogg is asleep in a chair.  Nurse in the 
		bedroom.  Fogg wakes up, and the valet, who 
		is also present, attends him.   He is very 
		irritable and looks around as if expecting to see 
		Grace. Is disappointed at not finding her. 
		Valet helps him to rise and takes him into the
		bedroom.

Scene 45.	SITTING ROOM, WM. FOGG'S HOUSE. 
		Dr. Manly is seen making love to Milly.  He is
		ardently pressing his suit and finally wins 
		Milly's consent.  Takes her in his arms and
		kisses her.
 
LEADER.		PETER FOGG IS JEALOUS. 

Scene 46.	HOTEL VERANDA AS IN 30--EVENING. 
		Loring is seen lounging against porch, smoking.  
		Grace comes out, leading old Fogg, who is 
		walking with aid of a stick. Loring and Grace 
		exchange significant looks which Fogg observes, 
		unknown to them. He is suspicious.  Loring
		exits into hotel, and after Grace has made 
		Fogg comfortable in chair, she makes excuse, 
		follows Loring.  Fogg, with an expression of 
		jealousy, looks after her. 

Scene 47.	HOTEL GROUNDS.
		Loring is seen waiting. Grace joins him. They 
		exit from the scene.

Scene 48.	HOTEL VERANDA AS IN 30.
		Peter Fogg, with a look of jealous anger, rises 
		with difficulty, and slowly hobbles into hotel. 

Scene 49.	ARBOR IN HOTEL GROUNDS.
		Loring and Grace arm in arm, enter and sit
		in arbor.  He takes her hands and kisses them. 
		Makes love to her. Cut to 

Scene 50.	GROUNDS AS IN 47.
		Peter Fogg, with the aid of his stick, hobbles 
		into scene.   He is looking very angry.  He 
		slowly exits in direction taken by Loring and 
		Grace.

Scene 51.	ARBOR AS IN 49.
		Loring and Grace earnestly talking.  He puts 
		his arm around her and draws her to him. She 
		throws her arms around his neck.  He presses 
		her to him and they kiss.  Fogg enters and 
		confronts them. He is furious and violently 
		denounces Grace.  Loring and Grace rise quickly.
		Fogg approaches Loring with threatening attitude.  
		Raises his stick, is about to strike him 
		when he staggers, drops his stick, clutches at 
		his throat and falls.  Loring and Grace quickly 
		attend to him, but see at once that it is no use 
		-- the old man is dead.
 
LEADER.		NEWS OF FOGG'S DEATH. 

Scene 52.	WM. FOGG'S SITTING ROOM AS BEFORE. 
		Mr. and Mrs. Fogg, Dr. Manly and Milly are 
		present chatting.  Maid enters with telegram 
		which she gives to Fogg and exits. He opens.
		Reads:

INSERT.		Mr. William Fogg, 
		250 S. Street, 
		New York, N. Y.
		Sorry to inform you that Mr. Peter Fogg 
		died suddenly last night.
				Rita Fogg. 

		Mr. Fogg tells them contents of telegram. They 
		show surprise and Mr. and Mrs. Fogg shake 
		their heads, as much as to say, "He brought it 
		on himself."  Dr. Manly takes Milly's arm and 
		they slowly saunter off.
 
LEADER.		SIX MONTHS LATER.

Scene 53.	VERANDA OF FOGG'S HOME AS BEFORE.
		Jim is seen tending flowers.  Mr. and Mrs. 
		Fogg are seated. Fogg is seated. Fogg is reading 
		newspaper.  Mrs. Fogg crocheting.   He 
		starts and shows her paragraph. 

INSERT (News Item):

 		The marriage of Melville Loring and Mrs. 
		Rita Fogg, widow of the late Peter Fogg, 
		will take place on the 21st inst. from the 
		city home of the bride.

		She shows disgust and hands him back paper, 
		which he throws down in disgust.  They exit 
		into house.   Jim picks up paper and reads. 
		Face expresses hatred and he registers oath as 
		he crunches paper.  Exits.

Scene 54.	SAME AS 2.  EXTERIOR--PETER FOGG'S 
		MANSION (NIGHT).
 		Limousine drives up and Loring gets out. 
		Hands Grace out. She is heavily veiled and 
		dressed in widow's weeds.  Jim comes upon 
		scene, but neighbor sees him.  They exit into
		house.  Jim's face expresses anger. 

Scene 55.	SPLENDIDLY FURNISHED DRAWING ROOM. 
		Grace and Loring enter.  She quickly throws
		off her veil and looks around room in admiration.   
		Goes to Loring and says, "All this is
		ours."  He kisses her.  Cut to

Scene 56.	GARDEN, PETER FOGG'S HOME (NIGHT). 
		Jim is seen slowly approaching window, looking 
		around cautiously. Takes gun out of pocket
		and looks carefully at it.  Goes close to 
		window.

Scene 57.	DRAWING ROOM AS IN 55.
		Grace has her coat and hat off and is laughing
		and chatting with Loring.  They are near the
		window.  Cut to.

Scene 58.	GARDEN OF FOGG'S MANSION AS IN 66. 
		Jim looks through window.  As he raises his
		gun, exclaims:

CUT-IN.		"Great heavens!  My wife!"
 
		Jim starts back in horror, his eyes wide open, 
		his face expressing excitement and surprise. 
		He gives cut-in. Looks through window again. 
		Raises gun and takes aim.  Slowly lowers it 
		again as an idea comes to him of a better plan 
		of revenge.
 
LEADER.		JIM HAS DIFFERENT PLAN FOR REVENGE. 

		Jim thinks deeply. He nods "yes." An amused 
		and artful smile over his face as he shakes his 
		fist at the window, slowly exits.
 
LEADER.		THE WEDDING DAY 

Scene 59.	(Denouncement of this scene should be either 
		at the church door after the ceremony or as 
		the couple approaches the altar for the 
		ceremony.) 

		Jim comes on scene in crucial moment, 
		denounces Grace.
 
CUT-IN LEADER:		GRACE IS ARRESTED 
			AS A BIGAMIST.

		Denounces her as a bigamist.  She is arrested
		by police officer.  Loring leaves hurriedly, a
		look of fright coming over his face as he sees 
		Jim.
 
LEADER:		THE REAL HEIR TO FOGG'S MILLIONS. 

Scene 60.	SITTING ROOM WM. FOGG'S HOME AS BEFORE.
		Mr. and Mrs. Fogg, Milly and Dr. Manly and 
		Jim are all present.  Milly has a baby on her 
		lap and they are all admiring it.  Jim is allowed 
		to approach and look at the heir of Fogg's millions.

				The End.
 




Screenplay by Elizabeth R. Carpenter

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