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Love's Renunciation (1911)

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A starving artist is out with a picture or two, endeavoring to get enough money to pay his rent. While out he rescues a girl from death beneath a pair of runaway horses. She, it develops, ... See full summary »

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Gwendolyn Pates
Joseph De Grasse
Charles Arling
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A starving artist is out with a picture or two, endeavoring to get enough money to pay his rent. While out he rescues a girl from death beneath a pair of runaway horses. She, it develops, is the daughter of a wealthy gentleman who receives the artist with open arms and assures him that his fortune is made. As time goes on the artist falls in love with the older sister, and one day the artist and the two girls go for a sketching trip to the seashore. The younger falls into the sea and is rescued by the painter and carried home, where she develops a case of pneumonia. On her sick bed she admits to her father that she loves the artist. The father, telling the young man, all the chivalry in his nature cries out that he should wed her, and in consequence he proposes and is accepted. Later, the sick girl discovers her fiancé and her sister locked in each other's arms, and stealing out, she goes back to the rocks on the seashore, where her illness is aggravated and she finally dies, but with... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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11 November 1911 (USA)  »

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