Stella Maris (1925 film)

Stella Maris is a 1925 silent film directed by Charles Brabin, written by Mary Alice Scully and based on a William J. Locke's novel. The film is a remake of the 1918 version, starring Mary Pickford.[1]

Stella Maris
Directed byCharles Brabin
Produced byCarl Laemmle
Written byWilliam J. Locke (novel)
Mary Alice Scully
StarringMary Philbin
CinematographyMilton Moore
Distributed byUniversal Pictures
Release date
December 13, 1925
Running time
7 reels; at 5,786 feet
CountryUnited States
LanguageSilent film
English intertitles

A print survives at UCLA Film and Television.[2]


Stella Maris was born paralyzed and has lived all of her live in her bed in a London mansion. Her wealthy parents don't want her to be exposed to all the bad things happening in the world. She is frequently visited by John. They fall in love, but John has a dark secret of being unhappily married to Louise. Louise wants a servant and hires orphan Unity Blake. She beats her up after an incident, which results into being sent to jail. John decides to adopt Unity and takes care of her. This results into Unity falling in love with John as well, despite knowing the two of them can never be a couple.



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