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Heart o' the Hills
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Writers:
John Fox Jr. (novel)
Bernard McConville (adaptation)
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Release Date:
30 November 1919 (USA) See more »
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Family tensions in the Kentucky hills are inflamed by an outsider's dishonest scheme to exploit the area for its coal. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Mary Pickford ... Mavis Hawn

Harold Goodwin ... Young Jason Honeycutt
Allan Sears ... Jason Honeycutt
Fred Huntley ... Granpap Jason Hawn (as Fred W. Huntley)

Claire McDowell ... Martha Hawn

Sam De Grasse ... Steve Honeycutt
W.H. Bainbridge ... Col. Pendleton (as William Bainbridge)

John Gilbert ... Gray Pendleton (as Jack Gilbert)
Betty Bouton ... Marjorie Lee

Henry Hebert ... Morton Sanders (as Henry Herbert)
Fred Warren ... John Burnham
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California Truman ... Extra (uncredited)

Directed by
Joseph De Grasse 
Sidney Franklin  (as Sidney A. Franklin)
 
Writing credits
John Fox Jr. (novel)

Bernard McConville (adaptation)

Madeline Matzen  uncredited

Produced by
Mary Pickford .... executive producer
 
Cinematography by
Charles Rosher 
 
Film Editing by
Edward M. McDermott (uncredited)
 
Art Direction by
Max Parker 
 

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87 min
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2 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
DVD released, the print looks terrible!, 22 May 2005
Author: jpb58 from United States

What in the world happened in the transfer of this film to DVD? The print looks terrible, like someone used a sharpener filter over it so that it has all these little dots around everyone's faces and against objects like trees and such. The musical score sounds monotonous and annoying, all these violins constantly playing the same tunes over and over again! I had to turn the sound off.

What a disappointment. I was looking forward to seeing this on DVD so much because I really like Mary Pickford and John Gilbert. The other feature on the disc M'liss was more enjoyable even though the musical score was mostly a boring piano and it was only in black and white, not tinted nicely as it should have been.

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