Being the Sixth Story of "What Happened to Mary. Lieutenant Strakey, Mary's opponent, in "A Letter to the Princess" has been commissioned to go to America and Madam Jolatsky, who has fallen... See full summary »

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Being the Sixth Story of "What Happened to Mary. Lieutenant Strakey, Mary's opponent, in "A Letter to the Princess" has been commissioned to go to America and Madam Jolatsky, who has fallen in love with the young officer, throws up her own appointment in London and follows him, taking the same steamer and thereby becoming a fellow passenger with Mary. Mary's cabin mate is a young woman who seems to he struck with Mary's appearance and when Mary is looking over the letter which is the only clue to her mysterious birth and parentage, this young woman, Nell Benson, sees the writing and so finally succeeds in getting Mary to show her the letter. She then sends a wireless message to someone in New York, expressing the belief that she has found "the missing heiress." Lieutenant Strakey seizes upon the word heiress which he happens to catch sight of and immediately begins attentions to Mary which Nell Benson does not want her to accept. Besides this Madam Jolatsky speaks to Mary and warns ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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27 December 1912 (USA)  »

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What Happened to Mary? Episode 6  »

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There are many strong situations
23 April 2017 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

This is the sixth installment of the Edison's interesting serial story. The leading characters are Marc MacDermott, Mary Fuller, Miriam Nesbitt, Charles Ogle and Ethel Browning. There are several scenes taken on shipboard, the placing of the camera so as to show the rising and falling horizon being especially effective. A moonlight scene taken at the side of the ship is all too short. The same is true also of the view of New York harbor as the vessel slowly ascends the North River. The picture does not depend on these, however, for its interest, as there are many strong situations, one of them being where Mary is shown the portrait of her mother. - The Moving Picture World, January 11, 1913


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