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The Girl of the Cabaret (1913)

A young girl, who had talent as a violinist, came to New York determined to win fame on the concert stage. She found the field overcrowded, but accepted an engagement as violin soloist in a... See full summary »
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May, the Girl of the Cabaret
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Dorothy Benham
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A young girl, who had talent as a violinist, came to New York determined to win fame on the concert stage. She found the field overcrowded, but accepted an engagement as violin soloist in a cabaret restaurant. She was pretty and her playing pleased the patrons of the place. One evening a roughly dressed man came into the restaurant. His attire was in sharp contrast to the foppish men in evening dress who were languidly eating their meals. When the young violinist made her appearance the countryman showed by his manner that she had made a deep impression upon him. He came evening after evening to the restaurant and finally made her acquaintance. His interest in her was not the superficial, selfish attention such as the girl had received from her Broadway admirers, and the little violinist soon realized that he loved her and she returned his love. They married and went to his farm to live. They were ideally happy for several years, and then the glamour of their love passed away and the ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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8 August 1913 (USA)  »

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A perennial interest in this type of story
20 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

There is seemingly a perennial interest in this type of story, wherein a young man weds a girl from a music hall. She afterwards leaves him, only to find that the place has lost its charm and is glad when he discovers her and takes her home. Harry Benham and Marguerite Snow, assisted by the Thanhouser Kidlet, work this story out in a very attractive and appealing manner. - The Moving Picture World, August 16, 1913


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