The cheapo-sleazo Montmartre Rose is little more than a "chorus girl" drama, transplanted to Gay Paree. The titular heroine, played by Marguerite de la Motte, is a dancer in a seedy Montmartre-district dive. Wealthy Paul Ralli falls in love with the girl, but his family won't hear of it. Love conquers all, but not before several melodramatic setbacks. Leading man Ralli had been a mere extra prior to appearing in Montmartre Rose, which might explain his stilted performance; conversely, supporting actress Rosemary Theby had been a major screen name in the pre-1920 years but would soon be reduced to the extra ranks.
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