This charming Indian story has for its hero a little Indian lad, who loves a pale-faced man arid wife, and saves them from an attack by the Indians of his tribe. The Indians, though having ... See full summary »
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This charming Indian story has for its hero a little Indian lad, who loves a pale-faced man arid wife, and saves them from an attack by the Indians of his tribe. The Indians, though having the reputation of being very treacherous, still can be very, very true, as this story proves, to those of whom they are fond and by whom they have been treated kindly. They remind one of faithful animals in their gratitude to those who have befriended them. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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18 July 1912 (USA)  »

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The outcome is fresh and shows imagination
1 January 2017 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A picture of gratitude and self sacrifice which are shown in a clear story as developing in the heart of a very small and very engaging Indian boy. His people, quite untamed, have a camp not far from a settler's cabin. The settler's wife befriends the little redskin. As the plot develops, we see the Indians' distrust of her gifts to the child, and how it is presently increased to frenzy by the contents of a demijohn till they start out to wipe out the settler's family. The brave little Indian saves them. The outcome is fresh and shows imagination. We like the way the scenes are pictured, they are often very artistic. The acting also is good (Paul Panzer and Octavia Handworth play the settler and his wife). The photography is good. - The Moving Picture World, August 3, 1912


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