Mr. and Mrs. Hilton throw a New Year's Eve party. They agree not to drink the punch themselves, but as guests begin to arrive their resolve weakens, and soon they are both cavorting ... See full summary »

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Arthur V. Johnson ...
Mr. Hilton
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The New Year
Marion Leonard ...
Mrs. Hilton
George Nichols ...
A Friend
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Linda Arvidson ...
Servant
Frank Evans ...
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James Kirkwood ...
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Henry Lehrman ...
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Jeanie Macpherson ...
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W. Chrystie Miller ...
The Old Year
Anthony O'Sullivan ...
Party Guest
Gertrude Robinson ...
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Paul Scardon ...
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Mr. and Mrs. Hilton throw a New Year's Eve party. They agree not to drink the punch themselves, but as guests begin to arrive their resolve weakens, and soon they are both cavorting drunkenly. Next morning Mr. Hilton, feeling very sick, is conscience-stricken over his behavior. He fears to face his wife until he discovers that she feels just as guilty herself. Written by Anonymous

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30 December 1909 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy Choosing a Husband (1909). See more »

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The 17 Year Old Writer
27 October 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Despite the success that Mary Pickford received as an actress, she didn't really cut it as a writer in the same way that D.W. Griffith and Charles Chaplin did. She was a pure silent actress directed by such giants as Griffith and Cecil B. DeMille. Needless to say, I didn't think much of her work here.


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