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Cast overview:
William Humphrey
Adele DeGarde ...
The Waif
Jean ...
Jean, a Dog


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Drama | Short





Release Date:

24 December 1910 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The Vitagraph people have an unusually fine dog actor
13 October 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A touching story of a pampered dog and an abused orphan forced to go out into the world alone, but who eventually reaches the house and the bed in which Jean sleeps. When the child is found with the dog the next morning she is immediately adopted and the two become inseparable friends. This film is one of those touching little heart stories that appeals to the audience in an indescribable way. The acting of the dog is interesting, but there is such a feeling of relief shown on the faces when the child finds a home where she will be cared for. The Vitagraph people have an unusually fine dog actor, but they are wise in not overworking her. The few appearances she makes are all interesting and leave the audience wanting more. - The Moving Picture World, January 7, 1911

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