A pretty, pathetic story with love followed by after-marriage coldness on the part of an artist husband and then contrition when it is too late and the lovely Anita is asleep in the graveyard. Lamar Johnston plays the artist, with Francelia Billington as Anita, the beautiful girl of the mission village. It is produced in the costumes of early days in the Southwest and is graceful and well acted, although there is no real passion or anguish in it. Perhaps it will be the better liked for that. A certain amount of sentiment is all right, but we are seeing a good deal of tears and sorrow in pictures this week. - The Moving Picture World, February 14, 1914
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