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A Rural Elopement (1909)

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"Be sure you are right, then go ahead," is a pretty good rule to follow, and had the heroine of this subject cognized this fact she would have prevented a lot of anxiety, worry and trouble.... See full summary »

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Linda Arvidson ...
Cynthia Stebbins
George Gebhardt ...
Hank Hopkins
Harry Solter ...
Hungry Henry
David Miles ...
Dad Stebbins
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"Be sure you are right, then go ahead," is a pretty good rule to follow, and had the heroine of this subject cognized this fact she would have prevented a lot of anxiety, worry and trouble. Hank Hopkins and Cynthia Stebbins were ardent lovers, matrimonially inclined, and while Hank was a proper sort of a chap, old Dad Stebbins looked with disfavor upon his suit for the hand of Cynth. Their clandestine meetings were nearly always interrupted by ubiquitous Dad, until, in desperation, they resolve to elope. The momentous evening arrives and Hank signals to fair Cynthia, who is waiting In her room, dressed and ready to fly with her hero Hank. Although of a romantic turn, they have not selected Spring as the season to enact the episode, the weather being decidedly hibernal, and so Hank arrives clothed in a heavy hat and long ulster. Hungry Henry, the hobo, butts in on the scene at this moment, and from a distance casts covetous glances at the aforesaid ulster, and when Hank goes to procure... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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14 January 1909 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with The Sacrifice (1909). See more »

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Undeveloped Characters
23 January 2004 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

I didn't believe the characters in this short film which is why I didn't connect with it. Griffith shows no diversity in his players and doesn't seem to embrace diversity. I think hand in hand with nurturing a cinematic language he should have developed his characters more.


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