Such a Little Queen (1914)
An alliance between the Queen of Herzegovina ( Mary Pickford ) and the King of Bosnia ( Carlyle Blackwell ) has been decided, and the two monarchs are persuaded into marriage. In the middle of the ceremony, an uprising breaks out and the royal families must flee. With the help of a young American ( Harold Lockwood ) their Majesties are brought to New York, and wind up working in a meat-packing plant, where they begin to embrace and call their new country home.- Written by Pamela Short
Robert Trainor, an American, aids in the romance of the Queen of Herzegovina and the King of Bosnia.- Written by Anonymous
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