Frank Mills and Daisy Hibbs are sweethearts. Frank, after a quarrel, leaves her unceremoniously. Ned Burton and Alice Newall are also sweethearts, but after their quarrel Alice leaves Ned. ... See full summary »
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Frank Mills
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Frank Mills and Daisy Hibbs are sweethearts. Frank, after a quarrel, leaves her unceremoniously. Ned Burton and Alice Newall are also sweethearts, but after their quarrel Alice leaves Ned. Frank, looking through his telescope, sees his sweetheart give Ned a flower as she departs. Frank approaches Daisy in a very passionate mood and demands an explanation, which she refuses to give. He leaves her still more angered and Ned and Alice come to terms. Frank, who is the first mate on the schooner "Loon," is delighted to hear that Captain Hibbs is going to take his daughter with him. As the captain needs one more man, Ned is asked to fill the vacancy. He accepts, much to the regret of his sweetheart, who is almost heartbroken. Frank, thinking that Ned is his rival, subjects him to all kinds of indignities. He orders Ned to climb the rigging after having spliced the rope with a rotten strand. The rigging breaks and Ned falls overboard. Daisy cuts loose the small boat and goes to his rescue. ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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There are too many inconsistencies in the picture
8 June 2016 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A seaside love story. Two lovers, seamen of Gloucester, have chosen each a girl of the town and have good reason to be hopeful. One of these girls is the daughter of the captain of a ship on which one of the men is the mate and the other a sailor. The captain takes his daughter on a short cruise. The mate becomes unnecessarily jealous and gives the sailor a dangerous job. He falls overboard. The girl alone sees it. She mans the dory herself and goes to his rescue. The dory is missing and it is thought that the two have eloped. They are cast on an uninhabited island, but are later taken off. The misunderstanding that disturbs the two other lovers for a time is soon cleared up. There are too many inconsistencies in the picture; but there are many very pretty and many very human scenes in it. The acting is very pleasing. The photographs are good. - The Moving Picture World, December 30, 1911


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