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Pippa Passes; or, The Song of Conscience (1909)

 -  Short | Drama  -  4 October 1909 (USA)
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Pippa awakes and faces the world outside with a song. Unknown to her, the music has a healing effect on all who hear her as she passes by.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Gertrude Robinson ...
Pippa
George Nichols ...
Pippa's Husband
Arthur V. Johnson ...
Luca
Marion Leonard ...
Ottima
Owen Moore ...
Sibald
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Linda Arvidson ...
Greek Model
Clara T. Bracy
Adele DeGarde
James Kirkwood ...
In Bar
Anthony O'Sullivan ...
In Studio
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Girl in crowd
Billy Quirk ...
In Studio
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In Studio
Henry B. Walthall
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Pippa awakes and faces the world outside with a song. Unknown to her, the music has a healing effect on all who hear her as she passes by.

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First movie to be reviewed by the New York Times newspaper (October 10, 1909). See more »

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D.W. Griffith and Robert Browning
30 October 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Although I am not a Browning fan (in fact the only poems I do like are by Homer, Tennyson and Phyllis Wheatley), I do feel that this short film is significant because it shows signs of Griffith developing as a director. Give him a piece of prose and he can bring alive on the screen.


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