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15 June 1911 (USA) See more »
Annie remains faithful to her husband, Enoch, even though he's been lost at sea for many years. Finally... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Wilfred Lucas ... Enoch Arden
Linda Arvidson ... Annie Lee
Francis J. Grandon ... Philip Ray

Robert Harron ... Teenage Arden Son
Florence La Badie ... Teenage Arden Daughter
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
William J. Butler ... In Bar
Edward Dillon ... Rescuer
Joseph Graybill ... Dead Shipmate
Guy Hedlund ... On Rescue Ship
Dell Henderson ... Rescuer
Grace Henderson ... Innkeeper
Henry Lehrman ... On Rescue Ship
Jeanie Macpherson ... Ray's Maid
George Nichols
W.C. Robinson ... Rescuer
Charles West ... In Bar (as Charles H. West)

Directed by
D.W. Griffith 
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Linda Arvidson 
Alfred Lord Tennyson  story

Cinematography by
G.W. Bitzer 

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17 min (16 fps)
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Good Story, 28 February 2008
Author: Michael_Elliott from Louisville, KY

Enoch Arden Part 1 (1911)

Enoch Arden Part 2 (1911)

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Two-part film from Griffith with part 1 about a strong fisherman who marries and has two children but when he can't afford to pay the bills he decides to take a dangerous voyage to sea. In part 2, feared dead Enoch's wife marries another man only to discover, years later, that her husband is still alive. Both films are certainly melodrama at its highest but there's a certain tender charm running through part one and a strong sense of threat throughout part two. When originally released this was shown in two parts but movie crowds wanted to see them together so theater owners edited the two films together and charged double price on tickets. When Griffith and other studios learned of this they decided to sell all two-reelers for double the price to make sure the theater owners weren't making extra money.

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