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An Indian Girl's Love (1910)

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Silver Bell, the winsome daughter of old Gray Wolf, is sought by Fleetfoot, a likely young man of the tribe and a good huntsman. Gray Wolf sees no reason why his obstinate daughter should ... See full summary »

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Silver Bell, the winsome daughter of old Gray Wolf, is sought by Fleetfoot, a likely young man of the tribe and a good huntsman. Gray Wolf sees no reason why his obstinate daughter should not become the squaw of Fleetfoot and despite her pleadings to be permitted to stay in her father's tepee she is sold to Fleetfoot for the consideration of Tu-tu, the horse, and a red blanket. Silver Bell unwittingly accompanies Fleetfoot on their way through the woods to the tepee of the young brave. On their way they meet a white man, Jack Sherwood, a miner, and to this latter Silver Bell appeals for protection from the angry fists of her new lord and master. Sherwood listens hesitatingly and learns that the girl was sold against her will and that she would rather die than live with Fleetfoot. In the end he forces Fleetfoot to come with him to Gray Wolf's tepee, and with an offer of much wampum persuades Gray Wolf to reconsider his sale, and in the end Sherwood finds himself the owner of the pretty... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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An Indian Girl's Awakening  »

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It makes a satisfactory picture
23 August 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

It is difficult to say whether one likes this picture or not. Some features of it are intensely dramatic. And perhaps when the white man's purpose in releasing the unfortunate girl from her purchaser is clearly understood it makes the picture seem better. Clearly he was not to blame because she became infatuated with him, and he did all he could to cure the infatuation by sending her away each time she followed him. Nevertheless, he could be nothing else but grateful when she saved his life. It is a complication of troubles, each one of which arouses the emotions. The poor girl's grief when she discovers that he has a wife is pathetic. The acting is particularly good in this and the photographer has performed his part to perfection. It makes a satisfactory picture and its representation of how women are bartered among the Indians is sufficient to arouse one's sympathies. - The Moving Picture World, September 24, 1910


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