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Just a Song at Twilight (1916)

Lucy Winter, raised in the lap of luxury, has reluctantly accepted the suitor of her father's choice. George Turner, whose aunt has recently died, leaving him a necklace of peculiar antique... See full summary »

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Carlysle Turner
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Lucy Winter / Lucy Lee (her mother)
Charles Wellesley ...
Stephen Winter (Lucy's father)
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Mrs. Grant
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John Mallory (as Frank Lyons)
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Lucy Winter, raised in the lap of luxury, has reluctantly accepted the suitor of her father's choice. George Turner, whose aunt has recently died, leaving him a necklace of peculiar antique beauty, has decided to search for his father, whom he has always believed dead. Passing a beautiful old southern mansion, which somehow seems strangely familiar, he sees a sign, "Gardener Wanted," applies for the position and is accepted by the girl Lucy, with whom he falls in love, to the chagrin of her banker father, who orders him to leave, after recognizing the necklace which the boy has given Lucy in lieu of an engagement ring. During a troubled sleep Father Time leads Winter's conscience to review his past. This extends over eighteen years, during which we see Winter installed as gardener at the Turner mansion. He becomes the pal of his master, Carlyle. They both love the same girl, Lucy Lee, who elopes with Winter. Their married life is one continued struggle. Previously Turner has given the... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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December 1916 (USA)  »

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