Forever after

Forever after
   William A. Brady produced Owen Davis's romantic drama when it opened on 9 September 1918 for 312 performances at the Central Theatre. Conrad Nagel appeared as a seriously injured World War I soldier reunited with his lost love, a nurse played by Alice Brady, and it won popular favor despite the author's own misgivings about its quality. Davis parlayed the success of Forever After into a more serious run of new works over the subsequent decade, abandoning the popular but poorly constructed melodramas of his early career. A 1926 motion picture version of Forever After starred Mary Astor.

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