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You Remember Ellen (1912)

A young nobleman disguises himself as a peasant and meets the lovely Ellen. They fall in love and are married. The young couple then travel the country to seek their fortune, and eventually... See full summary »

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The Lord of Rosna Hall (as George Hollister)
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The Stranger (as Jack J. Clark)
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A young nobleman disguises himself as a peasant and meets the lovely Ellen. They fall in love and are married. The young couple then travel the country to seek their fortune, and eventually arrive at a grand mansion house, where the nobleman's true identity is revealed and the surprised Ellen becomes the lady of the manor.

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4 March 1912 (USA)  »

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You Remember, Ellen?  »

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The story is based on the poem 'You Remember Ellen' by Thomas Moore. See more »

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It is a thoroughly delightful feature picture that can be shown anywhere
4 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

The Irish hills and dales, with more intimate views of roadside, croft and meadow, give perfect setting to this poetic Irish story of Ellen, "pride of the village," whom Tom Moore wrote. Miss Gene Gauntier and Mr. Hollister play the leads, impersonating the simple, true-hearted maiden on the one hand, and the Lord of Rosna Hall, who married her in a lowly disguise, on the other. It is very well handled. We, ourselves, think Lord Rosna the peasant he seems until the end, when he and his young wife take refuge from a storm in the hall and she finds herself a lady in the land. We commend it heartily. It is a thoroughly delightful feature picture that can be shown anywhere. It would be very acceptable at any kind of private exhibition. These Irish pictures are all pretty well photographed; this as well as the others. - The Moving Picture World, March 16, 1912


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