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That's Happiness (1911)

Susie Smith was thoroughly happy, although she was poor and an orphan. She had health, a steady job in a factory, and a sweetheart, and really did not worry because of her lack of money. ... See full summary »

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Bertha Blanchard ...
The Wealthy Old Woman
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Susie Smith was thoroughly happy, although she was poor and an orphan. She had health, a steady job in a factory, and a sweetheart, and really did not worry because of her lack of money. But everything took a change for the worse when she "became a heroine." There was a fire panic in the factory where she worked, and Susie was the only person who could cope with the emergency. The other girls, thinking of previous disasters, became panic-stricken and tried to jump out of the window. But Susie drove them back, scared them into obeying her, formed them into line finally and marched them out of the building in some kind of order. There really was not fire, as it turned out, but had it not been for the work of one quick-witted girl, there would undoubtedly have been a heavy loss of life. The papers lauded Susie to the skies, especially when they found that she had broken her arm in an effort to restrain the frightened workers. And a rich woman read about it, decided that "poor little ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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18 July 1911 (USA)  »

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