Jean finds the boyish manner in which her late father raised her, is now causing quite a lot of trouble for her, and she ends up in a reformatory. After escaping this prison she meets Craig... See full summary »

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Mark Lee Luther (novel)
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Cast

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Marguerite Clark ... Jean
Harold Lockwood ... Craig Atwood
Justine Johnstone ... Amelia (as Justina Johnstone)
Lucy Parker Lucy Parker ... Mrs. Fanshaw
Barbara Winthrop Barbara Winthrop ... Miss Van Ostyn
Helen Hall Helen Hall ... Stella Wilkes
Blanche Fisher Blanche Fisher ... Amy
Clifford Grey Clifford Grey ... Harry (as Clifford Gray)
Mathilde Brundage Mathilde Brundage ... (as Mrs. Mathilde Brundage)
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Jean finds the boyish manner in which her late father raised her, is now causing quite a lot of trouble for her, and she ends up in a reformatory. After escaping this prison she meets Craig Atwood, a handsome artist, and now Jean must prove through a series of trials, that she is worthy of his love. Written by Pamela Short

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Drama | Romance

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 December 1914 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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It will go fairly well
25 May 2018 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

Opens with a beautiful picture of a ship coming into harbor and then introduces to us a young Irishman immigrant. It then turns to some Americans of means and begins a love story with the object of showing how we are all being melted up together in the crucible. The hero grows up to be a power in city politics and there is a graft episode to prove his moral courage. In this part of the story there is snap. As a whole, it will go fairly well. It has popular elements, has been cleverly produced and the acting and camera work are natural. - The Moving Picture World, March 7, 1914


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