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The Crucible (I) (1914)

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Jean finds the boyish manner in which her late father raised her, is now causing quite a lot of trouble for her, and she ends up in a reformatory. After escaping this prison she meets Craig... See full summary »

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Harold Lockwood ...
Craig Atwood
Justine Johnstone ...
Amelia (as Justina Johnstone)
Lucy Parker ...
Mrs. Fanshaw
Barbara Winthrop ...
Miss Van Ostyn
Helen Hall ...
Stella Wilkes
Blanche Fisher ...
Amy
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Harry (as Clifford Gray)
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Jean finds the boyish manner in which her late father raised her, is now causing quite a lot of trouble for her, and she ends up in a reformatory. After escaping this prison she meets Craig Atwood, a handsome artist, and now Jean must prove through a series of trials, that she is worthy of his love. Written by Pamela Short

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Marguerite Clark's Second Film Considered Lost
25 August 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The Crucible was Marguerite Clark's second silent film and is now considered lost. It was directed by Edwin S.Porter for Famous Players Film Company and distributed by Paramount Pictures, released on December 14, 1914. Starring Broadway actress Marguerite Clark and Harold Lockwood, it was a romantic drama about a young girl, Jean ( Marguerite Clark ) who is brought up as a boy by her father, when he dies, her boyish manner causes her quite a lot of anguish. Her mother and sisters find her behaviour offensive and soon the hapless girl ends up in a reformatory. She escapes but her problems are far from over, however along the way she meets Craig Atwood ( Harold Lockwood ) an artist, and Jean goes through a series of trials to prove she is worthy of his love. The Crucible remains a tragic loss for fans of this very talented actress and for those who are interested in the art of early silent cinema.


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