A young man becomes infatuated with Mrs. Francis after she sings at a party. His father convinces her to discourage the young man's attentions. Out of despair, the young man considers suicide, until he meets a woman his own age.

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A young man becomes infatuated with Mrs. Francis after she sings at a party. His father convinces her to discourage the young man's attentions. Out of despair, the young man considers suicide, until he meets a woman his own age.

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21 January 1909 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with Mr. Jones Has a Card Party (1909). See more »

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Mary Pickford and D.W. Griffiths
30 October 2001 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Under the direction of D.W. Griffiths as well as his guiding hand writing the scripts, Mary Pickford was able to launch and sustain her career as a Hollywood actress. Their alliance would continue into the 1920's when they set up United Artists with Charles Chaplin and Douglas Fairbanks in order to control the distribution of their films.


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