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Henri, a young composer and violinist, attends a gathering at the studio of Jack, an artist, in an apartment house. He is sent out to get some eatables and on the way back blunders into the... See full summary »

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Henri Rochefort
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Daisy Leonard
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Henri, a young composer and violinist, attends a gathering at the studio of Jack, an artist, in an apartment house. He is sent out to get some eatables and on the way back blunders into the room of a young lady, who becomes the ideal of his romantic heart. She is a music teacher, and failing an introduction, be becomes her pupil. But she has seen his picture and an interview in a newspaper in which he criticizes American women for the way in which they run after stage celebrities. She pretends ignorance of his identity and sternly refuses to allow any sentiment. One day she surprises him while playing one of his own compositions, and with pretended indignation taxes him with his identity. He tells her he has done it because he loves her, but she shows him the interview in which he has voiced his opinion of American women. Finally, however, she relents and all ends well. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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15 April 1913 (USA)  »

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Cheaply written without care or much trouble
30 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

A picture of pretty scenes and pretty acting. The story gives an impression of being cheaply written without care or much trouble and, in itself, gives little entertainment. The producer, George Lessey, might have saved it in one or two places. That tough-mug janitor didn't help to make it convincing and in no scene was there any touch that made it seem like Paris. Augustus Phillips and Mabel Trunnelle play the leads. It is clearly photographed. The author is John MacCormac. - The Moving Picture World, April 26, 1913


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