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The Perfidy of Mary (1913)

 -  Short | Drama  -  5 April 1913 (USA)
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Rose
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Mary
Walter Miller ...
Rose's Suitor
Harry Hyde ...
Mary's Suitor
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Mary's Father
Kate Bruce ...
Mary's Mother
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gertrude Bambrick ...
Storybook Lover
Viola Barry ...
Storybook Lover
Olive Carey ...
Maid (unconfirmed)
William Gorman ...
(as Texas Gorman)
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Boy Who Gives Directions
J. Jiquel Lanoe ...
Storybook Lover
W.C. Robinson ...
Porter
Henry B. Walthall ...
Storybook Lover
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Sweet short from Griffith
19 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This Biograph short feature is a well-done story of two cousins and the love in their lives. Oh, and the "cad" who is awaiting his chance to "betray" one of them, if he can. The film provides a showcase for perfect performances by the leads, with Walter Miller a standout as the shy would-be suitor. Despite the occasionally far-fetched story elements, this film shows the kind of entertainment that was wildly popular in its time, and gives us a glimpse of some long-gone outdoor scenery. Griffith's actors, always reliable, are doing what they do best. There is even a touch of humor, from a director certainly not noted for comedy. We need to have this and more Griffith shorts available on DVD.


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