A Small Town Girl (1915)

Pauline's uncle is the proprietor of the only hotel Maplehurst boasts of. The girl is an orphan and has been adopted by her relative. Dick, the young hotel clerk, is one of those "best ... See full summary »

Director:

Allan Dwan

Writer:

Beatrice Van (scenario)
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Cast

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Pauline Bush ... Ruth
William Lloyd William Lloyd ... The Hotel Proprietor
Lon Chaney ... The Procurer
Richard Rosson Richard Rosson ... Dick - the Hotel Clerk
Rupert Julian ... The Snob
Murdock MacQuarrie ... The Snob's Father
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Pauline's uncle is the proprietor of the only hotel Maplehurst boasts of. The girl is an orphan and has been adopted by her relative. Dick, the young hotel clerk, is one of those "best hearted fellows in the world." His only fault, in the girl's eyes, is his rusticity. He is a country boy. Pauline is a country girl, but with a love of romance and pleasure implanted deep in her impressionable nature. A stylish young snob from the east arrives at Maplehurst. Pauline sets her cap for him, and it is one of the greatest moments of her life when she strolls down the village street with the dandy. The little hotel clerk is hurt to the quick when Pauline disregards his homely love. Woman-like, Pauline makes the most of the Snob's visit to the village. At the little town's social gatherings she appears in a beautiful pink gown, while The Snob scorns the village beaux when they show up at the country dance hall in their "store clothes." The Snob wears evening clothes, and while the girls of the... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Drama | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 January 1915 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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All of the situations are very familiar
12 August 2019 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

A three-reel number, written by Beatrice Van and produced by Allan Divan. Pauline Bush is featured as a country girl lured to the city by a visiting stranger, who soon deserts her. He returns later, after the baby is born, but she spurns him and goes to her country lover. This is appealingly acted and well photographed, the chief drawback being that all of the situations are very familiar. In a production of this length there should have been more novelty. At the same time the story is connected and well developed. - The Moving Picture World, January 23, 1915


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