In this story, which abounds in pretty situations and beautiful scenery, our interest is centered in two sisters, one of whom gives a splendid example of sisterly devotion. One day a ... See full summary »

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In this story, which abounds in pretty situations and beautiful scenery, our interest is centered in two sisters, one of whom gives a splendid example of sisterly devotion. One day a strange, a handsome artist, appears before their cottage and is sketching the beautiful landscape where nature is seen in all its glory. The two girls watch the artist paint and the younger one carries on a mild flirtation with the man. This grows to a wild infatuation on the girl's part, and when he goes away leaving his ring on the table she slips it on her finger, admires and kisses it. The older sister has taken their frugal meal to her husband and father. Soon after her return to the cottage the artist appears and explains that he has lost his ring. They all search for it while the younger sister frantically tries to remove the ring from her thumb and replace it on the table. This she is unable to do, and therefore, when questioned concerning it, she denies having found it, fearing that the others ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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20 May 1910 (USA)  »

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The picture will please with its heart story
3 June 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A dramatic story with numerous situations that appeal to one's heart and make one wish to take a hand in the affair and help in straightening out some of the tangles. One's sympathy goes out to the young wife who compromises herself in attempting to save a younger sister and the story does not tell whether the husband is really convinced of the honesty of his wife's motives or not. But it does show that the sisters renewed their allegiance, even though their relations were strained for a time. Pictorially the film is out of the ordinary. Some of the glimpses of scenery, particularly where the artist is at work, are exceptionally attractive and there are others only less attractive. The picture will please with its heart story. - The Moving Picture World, June 4, 1910


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