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The Coast Guard's Sister (1913)

A girl poses as a man to save a fisherman from tobacco smugglers.

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(as Charles J. Brabin)
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George Rowe
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Fay Trevenna
Warren Foster ...
Capt. PascoeTrevenna - Fay's Brother
Winifred Albion ...
Nell Teague
James LaFre ...
Capt. Moon
Frederick Annerley ...
Smuggler
Edwin Perin ...
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A girl poses as a man to save a fisherman from tobacco smugglers.

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15 August 1913 (USA)  »

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Dark photography obscures some of the scenes
31 October 2017 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

This picture is one of Edison's English series and the charming backgrounds therein show the wisdom of sending players to that picturesque country. The story concerns a young sailor who joins the smugglers to get a diamond ring for the girl he loves, who happens to be the coast guard's sister. They finally decide that the best way is for him to buy her a diamond engagement ring. The action is confusing in some parts over the identities of the two girls. Dark photography obscures some of the scenes and the scenes are the best part of the picture. The thread of the story is lost several times. - The Moving Picture World, August 30, 1913


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