Rosney, as a young man, is jilted by the girl he loves, in favor of another. As years roll by he keeps an ever watchful eye over the welfare of the girl, Mary, at the same time achieving ... See full summary »

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Ralph Rosney, the Poet-Philosopher (as Ed Coxen)
George Field ...
Walter Castler, who married the girl he loves
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Mary
Mrs. Tom Ricketts ...
Jane Rosney, Ralph's sister (as Josephine Ditt)
Albert Cavens ...
Frank, son of Mary and Walter, age 5
William Bertram ...
Wilson, a wealthy cloth manufacturer
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Miriam, his daughter
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King Clark
Caroline Frances Cooke ...
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B. Reeves Eason ...
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William Tedmarsh
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Rosney, as a young man, is jilted by the girl he loves, in favor of another. As years roll by he keeps an ever watchful eye over the welfare of the girl, Mary, at the same time achieving success that brings him to the attention of the outside world. When Mary's husband, failing to win success in the town, and losing the money saved for his son, Frank's college education, complains that no success can be won in Nazareth, and plans to go to the city. Rosney remembers the old saying "Can anything good come out of Nazareth." and attempts to dissuade him. He fails. Walter, the husband, sneaks away and is not heard from. Rosney, unbeknown to Mary, succeeds in replacing the missing college money, and her grief is tempered by the knowledge that Frank will get his college education. Frank returns from college and takes up some experiments which results in the discovery of a dyeing process much desired by Wilson, a large manufacturer of cloth. Frank, of course, does not know the value of his ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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30 March 1914 (USA)  »

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