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A Baby's Shoe (1909)

 -  Short  -  13 May 1909 (USA)
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A poor mother abandons her daughter on the doorstep of a wealthy family. On the way home she becomes ill, but manages to confess what she's done to a priest before she dies. The priest ... See full summary »

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A poor mother abandons her daughter on the doorstep of a wealthy family. On the way home she becomes ill, but manages to confess what she's done to a priest before she dies. The priest adopts her son. He grows up and falls in love with a girl he saved from a runaway horse. When the priest visits her parents' house to arrange the engagement, he discovers she's the long-lost daughter. Written by Anonymous

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23 February 2004 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

The 34 year old D.W. Griffith causes tension in his viewers in this short film by swaying them to oppose his parochial views that are expressed through his characters. The story serves his agenda, omitting diversity and rewriting history.


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