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Leonie Flugrath makes a strong appeal
deickemeyer21 August 2017
A picture with an ethical object; it is somewhat sentimental. Perhaps it is the least dramatic picture written by Bannister Merwin in many weeks; it is slow. The quality it has comes from its faces, which are very well worthwhile. That thug, played by Harry Gripp, a new player to us. is fine. We want to see Mr. Gripp again. Cora Williams' old blind woman is also good, and Leonie Flugrath, in her role, makes a strong appeal, Herbert Prior and Mrs. Erskine are good as the father and mother of Jim, played by Augustus Phillips. Richard Ridgley plays a rent collector. The photography is clear. The producer, C.J. Brabin deserves credit for sets and scenes. - The Moving Picture World, April 5, 1913
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