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The Trey o' Hearts (1914)

Judith Trine, along with her embittered, crippled father, Seneca Trine, are out for revenge against Alan Law, whose dead father was blamed for the affliction of Pa Trane. Judith has an ... See full summary »

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Bess Meredyth (scenario), Louis Joseph Vance (novel)
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Cast overview:
Cleo Madison ... Rose Trine / Judith Trine
George Larkin ... Alan Law
Edward Sloman ... Seneca Trine
Tom Walsh Tom Walsh ... Barcus
Ray Hanford ... Marrophat (as Roy Hanford)
Charles Brinley
Doris Pawn
George Backus George Backus
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Judith Trine, along with her embittered, crippled father, Seneca Trine, are out for revenge against Alan Law, whose dead father was blamed for the affliction of Pa Trane. Judith has an identical twin sister named Rose, much more lovable than the revenge-seeking Judith, and Rose is in love with Alan. By the time chapter 15 comes along, Judith has also fallen in love with Alan, but, alas too late. But she shows up at the wedding of Alan and Rose, and gets a big break. Lightning strikes the chapel and good-sister Rose is killed and the bride groom stricken unconscious. When he comes to Alan thinks he is being nursed and comforted by his wife Rose and Judith doesn't bother telling him otherwise. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Country:

USA

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English

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4 August 1914 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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The release date for chapter 1 had been changed twice. The initially announced dates were July 28, 1914, then August 11th, before August 4th was settled on. See more »

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The film is believed lost, but it has been reconstructed using still photographs and the original Louis Joseph Vance novel it was based upon. See more »

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A rose by another name is Judith.
25 December 2006 | by horn-5See all my reviews

This 15-chapter serial, aside from the usual thrills, chills and spills cliffhangers, had an underlying plot that was more than a little out of the norm.

Judith Trine (Cleo Madison), along with her embittered, crippled father, Seneca Trine (Edward Sloman), are out for revenge against Alan Law (George Larkin), whose dead father was blamed for the affliction of Pa Trane.

Judith has an identical twin sister named Rose (Cleo Madison, of course), much more lovable than the revenge-seeking Judith, and Rose is in love with Alan. By the time chapter 15 comes along, Judith has also fallen in love with Alan, but, alas too late. But she shows up at the wedding of Alan and Rose, and gets a big break. Lightning strikes the chapel and good-sister Rose is killed and the bride groom stricken unconscious. When he comes to Alan thinks he is being nursed and comforted by his wife Rose and Judith doesn't bother telling him otherwise.


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