A young man comes to the aid of a strange woman whom he sees stagger in the street. He is just in time to save her from a bad fall as she loses consciousness and for an instant he stands ... See full summary »
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A young man comes to the aid of a strange woman whom he sees stagger in the street. He is just in time to save her from a bad fall as she loses consciousness and for an instant he stands helpless holding her in his arms. Then a passerby chances along and by good fortune proves to be a physician. His rapid examination shows him the gravity of the case, an automobile is summoned and the girl is hurried to her home, her address being discovered from cards in her pocketbook. The young man goes to his home, but the barbed shaft of the arrow of the god of love has sunk deep into his heart and he sits restless in his room until he reads in the evening paper of the serious illness of Miss Parks, the girl. The malady is a baffling one and physicians have decided upon an operation for the transfusion of blood as a last resort. Applicants willing to give their blood are advertised for and the young lover assumes rough dress that will better harmonize with his presence and takes his place in the ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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26 May 1910 (USA)  »

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Some extremely interesting speculation
15 June 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

An interesting question is raised in this picture. It is an illustration of blood transfusion, with a love story followed by a wedding as a finale. The question that arises is this: "Would transfusion of blood under such circumstances have the effect of making a couple love each other more strongly, or would they be more irresistibly drawn toward each other under such circumstances?" The brave in this instance received his reward. He no doubt deserved the fair and the audience will join in his exultation when he gets her. The physiological phases of the question had better be left to the scientists to discuss, but there is opportunity for some extremely interesting speculation in a case of this kind. - The Moving Picture World, June 11, 1910


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