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The Little Teacher (1909)

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A young female teacher is assigned to an unruly class. After a student revolt, a passing surveyor helps her restore order, and the teacher becomes interested in him. Soon she learns that he... See full summary »

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The Little Teacher
Arthur V. Johnson ...
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Dave, the Bully
Kate Bruce ...
The Mother
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Gladys Egan ...
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Edith Haldeman ...
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George Nichols ...
Man in Schoolroom
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A young female teacher is assigned to an unruly class. After a student revolt, a passing surveyor helps her restore order, and the teacher becomes interested in him. Soon she learns that he has a wife. Dave, an older pupil, offers the teacher solace and it becomes apparent that he is smitten with her. Written by Anonymous

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Tales of the Unexpected
27 October 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

These 11 minute films were tales rather than stories. They weren't long enough to have a structure, and because they were being churned out at least twice a week, they needed to be a tale rather than a scripted story. This is the era when the late Edgar Allan Poe came into his own because his one page tales had a natural home in these one-reelers.


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