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His Lost Love (1909)

 -  Short | Drama  -  18 October 1909 (USA)
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Mary marries James, after jilting his brother Luke. Mary's sister arrives and soon James is professing his love to her. The shock of this kills Mary and leaves her newborn daughter ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
James Kirkwood ...
Luke
Owen Moore ...
James
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Mary
George Nichols ...
Mary's Father
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kate Bruce ...
A Maid
Gladys Egan ...
Frank Evans ...
Marion Leonard ...
The Sister / At Wedding
Violet Mersereau ...
Anthony O'Sullivan ...
In Cabin / At Wedding
Lottie Pickford ...
Gertrude Robinson ...
A Grown Child
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Dorothy West ...
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Mary marries James, after jilting his brother Luke. Mary's sister arrives and soon James is professing his love to her. The shock of this kills Mary and leaves her newborn daughter motherless. Luke offers to raise the daughter. Years later James returns and tries to convince his daughter to leave Luke, the only father she's ever known, and come with him. Written by Anonymous

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The Light Within
23 December 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

You could say that Griffith was certainly a better director than he was an actor because he was able to bring out the light within each actor in their role. Rather than relying on title cards and air bubbles, Griffith wanted his characters to have an inner life exploited by the close-up.


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