After his wife's sudden death, a man's life falls apart and he becomes a derelict. However, he starts to redeem himself when he comes across a young couple who is about to lose their ... See full summary »

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Olaf, an Atom
Kate Bruce ...
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The Beggar
Frank Evans ...
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After his wife's sudden death, a man's life falls apart and he becomes a derelict. However, he starts to redeem himself when he comes across a young couple who is about to lose their property, and he decides to help them. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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19 May 1913 (USA)  »

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Rather interesting Griffith film
7 June 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is not a bad Griffith film,though typical Victorian melodrama which he liked,about a man devastated by the death of his beloved wife.His life falls completely apart and he becomes a derelict simply because he doesn't care about anything anymore. He is taken by a kindly young couple,and finds a chance to repay their kindness by alerting then to the fact that someone is trying to steal their land.Exactly how is a little vague,except that it involves filing title to the land.There is the usual race to see who can get to the land office first,with Harry Carey sabotaging the crooks car so that the young husband can beat him in his horse drawn vehicle.This is available on Youtube under the erroneous title "The Wanderer".


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