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The Seventh Day (1909)

 -  Short | Drama  -  26 August 1909 (USA)
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A neglectful woman wants custody of her children in her divorce. The judge rules that he will give her the children only if she can demonstrate her children's love for her within a week.

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Cast

Credited cast:
James Kirkwood ...
Mr. Herne
Rose King ...
Mrs. Herne
Gladys Egan ...
One of the Herne Children
John Tansey ...
One of the Herne Children
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The Maid
Frank Powell ...
Lawyer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Charles Avery ...
A Clerk
Arthur V. Johnson ...
At Parties
Florence La Badie
Jeanie Macpherson
Owen Moore ...
A Visitor / At Parties
George Nichols
Anthony O'Sullivan ...
The Butler
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A Clerk
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A neglectful woman wants custody of her children in her divorce. The judge rules that he will give her the children only if she can demonstrate her children's love for her within a week.

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy Oh, Uncle! (1909). See more »

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Dialogue Between Composer and Cinematographer
23 June 2004 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

In this eight minute offering you actually see a dialogue taking place between cinematographer and composer. The 34 year old D.W. Griffith stands behind the film and allows the director of photography to paint a picture that is enriched by the incidental music of the composer. This is one of the better Griffith shorts because he allows his creative community to breathe rather than stamping his own personality on his work. Bearing in mind that silent films are a visual medium you need to have a good cinematographer to provide the audience with details and insights into character, as well as a classical composer to add texture to the moving image.


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