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What the Daisy Said (1910)

 -  Romance | Short  -  11 July 1910 (USA)
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Two sisters want to know whether there is romance in their future. One sister pulls the petals off of a flower, while the other has her fortune told by a gypsy. When the gypsy tells the ... See full summary »

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Two sisters want to know whether there is romance in their future. One sister pulls the petals off of a flower, while the other has her fortune told by a gypsy. When the gypsy tells the fortune so as to serve his own purposes, complications soon develop. Written by Snow Leopard

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Featured in Mary Pickford: A Life on Film (1997) See more »

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The 16 Minute Film
14 March 2002 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Collaborating with Mary Pickford as writer enabled D.W. Griffith as director to pursue original screenplays and original ideas that reflected the times. Such is the case with 'What the Daisy Said' which allowed Griffith to develop as a story teller before 'The Birth of a Nation'.


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