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The Eyes of Julia Deep (1918)

 -  Comedy | Drama  -  August 1918 (USA)
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Cast overview:
Julia Deep
Allan Forrest ...
Terry Hartridge
Alice Wilson ...
Lottie Driscoll
George Periolat ...
Timothy Black
Ida Easthope ...
Mrs. Turner
Eugenie Besserer ...
Mrs. Lowe
Carl Stockdale ...
Simon Plummet


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August 1918 (USA)  »

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Pour les beaux yeux de Mary  »

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An Absolutely Charming Romantic Comedy
23 January 2008 | by See all my reviews

Don't let the year 1918 fool you into thinking that this is in any way a primitive, unpolished production. Far from it! The tinted photography is absolutely superb. The script, intriguing, charming, amusingly sophisticated, flows along as smooth as silk in the expert hands of director Lloyd Ingraham who not only makes the most of the movie's excellent production values, but has drawn beautifully natural performances from his players. True, Carl Stockdale is inclined to over-act his part as a hick sheriff, but he only figures in the climax and is supposed to be rustically amusing anyway.

Despite its unusual theme, "The Eyes if Julia Deep" maintains a splendid balance between romance, drama and comedy. True, in the hands of less skillful players, the film may not have achieved the same success. But who could resist the appealing presence of Mary Miles Minter, who is so charming, so charismatic, so endearingly natural in her good-heartedness? Allan Forrest also provides just the right presence for the likable wastrel that Julia takes in hand. And as for Eugenie Besserer, how much more attractively does her personality come across here than in her hackneyed role as Jolson's mother in "The Jazz Singer"?

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