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M'Liss (1918)

 -  5 May 1918 (USA)
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M'liss, a feisty young girl in a mining camp, falls for Charles Gray, the school teacher. Charles is implicated in a murder of which he is innocent, and the two must fight to save him from ... See full summary »

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Melissa 'M'liss' Smith
Theodore Roberts ...
John Benson 'Bummer' Smith
Thomas Meighan ...
Charles Gray
Tully Marshall ...
Judge Joshua McSnagley
Charles Ogle ...
Yuba Bill
Monte Blue ...
Mexican Joe Dominguez
Winifred Greenwood ...
Clara Peterson
Helen Kelly ...
Clytemnestra Veronica McSnagley
Val Paul ...
Jim Peterson
William H. Brown ...
Sheriff Sandy Waddles (as W.H. Brown)
John Burton ...
Parson Bean
Charles A. Post ...
Butch Saunders
Guy Oliver ...
Snakebit Saunders
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M'liss, a feisty young girl in a mining camp, falls for Charles Gray, the school teacher. Charles is implicated in a murder of which he is innocent, and the two must fight to save him from a lynching. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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The School Master begins to like M'Liss.

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I agree, Pickford: great, Movie: so-so
2 January 2007 | by (porltand, or) – See all my reviews

I have little or anything to add the comments of others who have spotted this movie for what it is, a story-vehicle for Mary Pickford, which is okay.

The story itself isn't worthless but it feels a little worn in. I did however appreciate the messages ingrained in about families not being traditional, it's mediations on alcoholism, vigilantism and even pedophilia are interesting peaks into a time and a place we missed, but they don't occupy a lot of screen time. Some of the cinematography is great, but really the supporting cast is excellent, in particular the drunk old dad.

The most relevant story convention is that of the indigent people ousted by cruel capitalist bent on their land, but that story is told better in both "Tess of the Storm Country" and "Heart O' The Hills" (this movie is featured on Milestone's "Heart O' The Hills DVD release.)


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