(Triangle Film Corporation, 1918)
Frustrated by her lonely life as the wife of a station master, Kitty Manning decides to leave her husband to become a singer in the big city. On her way to San Francisco, she is delayed at a station even more isolated than her own and the husband and wife there make Kitty question whether she made the right choice.
This edition of Station Content was sourced from a 1926 abridgement intended for the home movie market. The complete original release of the film is believed to be lost.
Starring Gloria Swanson
Directed by Arthur Hoyt
|Kitty Manning||· · ·||Gloria Swanson|
|Jim Manning||· · ·||Lee Hill|
|Stephen Morton||· · ·||Arthur Millett|
|Mrs. Morton||· · ·||Nellie Allen|
|Theatrical Manager||· · ·||Ward Caulfield|
|Mrs. Rothfield||· · ·||May Walters|
|Squaw||· · ·||Diana Carrillo|
|Baby||· · ·||Fay McKenzie|
|Director||· · ·||Arthur Hoyt|
|Writer||· · ·||Catherine Carr|