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Three Sisters (1911)

Mary is the youngest of three sisters and of an impressionable nature. She and her sister Florence are living at home with their widowed mother, while Adele travels on the road with a ... See full summary »

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Mary
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Florence
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Adele
Kate Bruce ...
The Mother
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Clara T. Bracy
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Customer at Adele's Academy
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At Dancing Academy
Grace Henderson ...
Investigating Committee
Harry Hyde ...
Florence's Admirer
Stephanie Longfellow
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Curate
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Investigating Committee
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Churchman
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At Dancing Academy
W.C. Robinson ...
At Dancing Academy
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Mary is the youngest of three sisters and of an impressionable nature. She and her sister Florence are living at home with their widowed mother, while Adele travels on the road with a theatrical company. Adele returns from the road at the end of her season, and is not home long before she realizes that her place is with her mother and sisters. She finds that they neglect their poor old mother, running off to dancing parties every night, and what is worse, associating with a class of habitués no way conducive to their moral health. Adele, who is older and more experienced, decides to stay and watch over them. To better effect her plan she hires a hall and opens a dancing academy, thereby affording her sisters a chance to enjoy their favorite pastime under her eye. She is grieved to see that Mary is receiving the attentions of one of the most worthless scoundrels that frequents the place. The only reason for his presence at the academy is to lure innocent girls to their destruction. A ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama | Romance

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2 February 1911 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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