Artikelnummer 3713


Baby Peggy ... Peggy Holmes Gladys Hulette Gladys Hulette ... Margaret Selfridge Edward Earle Edward Earle ... Garry Holmes Frank Currier Frank Currier ... Simon Selfridge Cesare Gravina Cesare Gravina ... Tomaso Silvano Martin Turner Martin Turner ... Uncle Rose Elizabeth Mackey Elizabeth Mackey ... Aunt Mandy Martha Mattox Martha Mattox ... Nurse Sneed Lucy Beaumont Lucy Beaumont ... Miss Abigail Selfridge Elliott Dexter "Black" Brown Tully Marshall Sam Sparks Raymond Hatton Dick Roland Charles Stanton Ogle Jim Lyn Winter Hall John Lawrence Walter Long Sheriff Mary Pickford Jenny Lawrence Walter Lang shérif


The daughter of a wealthy man secretly marries a man below her station— one whom her father violently disapproves of. The father, in an excess of parental concern, separates the lovers by sending his daughter away so that she might forget her lover, unaware of their married state. During this time, she gives birth to a daughter. After some months, the young mother returns to her family manor and presents her father with his new granddaughter, which causes a most unfortunate scene. Unbeknownst to the young woman, her enraged father falsely accuses his son-in-law of theft and has him incarcerated in order to separate the lovers in an irrational attempt to force his daughter to forget this "unworthy" young man.

DVD-R has English intertitles with no subtitles. Approx. 93 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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'Black' Brown, a notorious road agent on the run from the law, stumbles onto the body of John Lawrence, an honest prospector during the early years of the California Gold Rush, riddled with Indian arrows. Brown takes the dead man's clothes and papers and is able to pass himself off as a good citizen in 1850's Calaveras County. When Lawrence's sister dies, her daughter spends the little money she has to journey to California and live with her uncle. Arriving at the isolated cabin, she realizes he is an impostor, but his threats intimidate her into silence. Lacking money and protection, she immediately becomes vulnerable to the advances of the largely all-male population, and so must acknowledge Brown publicly as her uncle, in order to continue to receive food, shelter, and his protection. Over time, this understanding of mutual convenience turns to affection, and he pledges to reform. When former members of his gang continue their dishonest ways, however, the now rehabilitated Brown falls under the suspicion of the local vigilante committee.

DVD-R has English intertitles with subtitles. Approx. 92 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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