Being the Ninth Story of "What Happened to Mary." Mary, aided by John Willis, testifies in court against her uncle, Richard Craig, and his son, Henry. They are being tried for embezzling ... See full summary »
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Mary
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Being the Ninth Story of "What Happened to Mary." Mary, aided by John Willis, testifies in court against her uncle, Richard Craig, and his son, Henry. They are being tried for embezzling bank funds. They are found guilty and sentenced to twelve years' imprisonment; whereupon Richard turns to Mary and vows vengeance upon her. Shortly afterwards in his cell he communicates with his son, a few cells away, by means of a thread. Mary will be twenty-one in two weeks and if he does not appear then to claim her fortune the money goes to Henry. Hence the prisoners must find some way to get her out of the way. With this end in view Richard writes to Billy Peart. He at once comes to the prison and while the guard grows lax in his watchfulness he is instructed what to do. Peart goes at once to Mary's stenographic office but finds she has sold out the business. He learns her home address, however, and calls upon her. She is stunned to see him but is very affable. Without warning he feigns illness ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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28 March 1913 (USA)  »

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What Happened to Mary? Episode 9  »

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Edison Company production number 7282. See more »

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Follows A Letter to the Princess (1912) See more »

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It will not stand very well by itself
26 August 2017 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

Another of the "What Happened to Mary" series. It will not stand very well by itself and is most melodramatic, indeed, we are a bit astonished at its quality, seeing it among Edison releases. There was not much inattention while it was on and so far as we could see the greater part of the audience found entertainment in it. - The Moving Picture World, April 12, 1913


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