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The Woodman's Daughter (1913)

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Blasé Jim Alridge, weary of city life, coming to his apartment, finds an invitation from an old chum, Dick Freeman, to come and visit him at his lodge in the wilds. A week later the two are... See full summary »

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Herbert Rawlinson ...
Jim Alridge
C. Lomasey ...
Dick Freeman
Marguerite Marsh ...
Marion - the Woodman's Daughter (as Marguerite Loveridge)
Eleanor Blevins ...
Helen Nesbitt - the Golddigger
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Blasé Jim Alridge, weary of city life, coming to his apartment, finds an invitation from an old chum, Dick Freeman, to come and visit him at his lodge in the wilds. A week later the two are reviewing the days of long ago before the fire log. While hunting a short time after, Jim meets Marion, a girl of the forest, and is fascinated by her strange type of femininity. He teaches her to read and write, and without considering the difference in their tastes and social standing asks her to marry him. They return to the city. Taken from her romantic environment, the charm of Marion and her crudities pall upon him, as she seemingly does not take to the ways of the city. She realizes only too keenly his change of attitude. One day in desperation leaves him a note and flies back to the forest. Jim seeks again old companions. He finds Helen, an old flame who tolerates him for his money. He is about to free himself from Marion by divorce, when he accidentally picks up a note in Helen's apartment... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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14 April 1913 (USA)  »

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