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Tess of the D'Urbervilles (1913)

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A peasant girl sent to make a claim on her family's ancestral home in England's Wessex is seduced and left with child by its current owner.

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Cast

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Minnie Maddern Fiske ...
Tess Durbeyfield (as Mrs. Fiske)
Raymond Bond ...
David Torrence ...
John Steppling ...
Mary Barker ...
James Gordon ...
Maggie Weston ...
Irma La Pierre ...
Katherine Griffith ...
Franklin Hall ...
Camille Dalberg ...
J. Liston ...
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Caroline Darling ...
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Poor farmer Durbeyfield has been told by the village parson that he has noble relatives : the D'Urbervilles. His wife decides to send their daughter Tess to them in order to make a claim on their family's ancestral home in Wessex. Alec D'Urberville, the son of the squire, gives the girl a job but he also seduces her. Tess is soon pregnant but the baby dies and Alec forsakes her. She later marries Angel, the son of a parson, but their marriage will not be a happy one... Written by Guy Bellinger

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1 September 1913 (USA)  »

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Tess of the D'Urbervilles" had been Minnie Maddern Fiske's greatest stage hit and had made her, according to some, "America's greatest actress" and the answer to France's Sarah Bernhardt. The movie was also a big success but at nickelodeon prices it failed to return even Mrs. Fiske's 10,000 dollar advance. See more »

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