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Out of the Storm (1913)

Mrs. Harrison, a widow, is living alone with her sick baby girl. The telephone wires are down, and it is imperative that she have the services of a doctor. Wendell Wilson, a once rich man, ... See full summary »

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Wendell Wilson, a Thief
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Mrs. Harrison, a widow, is living alone with her sick baby girl. The telephone wires are down, and it is imperative that she have the services of a doctor. Wendell Wilson, a once rich man, but now a penniless wanderer, singles out Mrs. Harrison's house to rob. He is caught by the widow. She sends him for the doctor. After the departure of the physician, Mrs. Harrison thanks Wilson and he tells her of his misfortune. He asks the widow to give him a photo of her little daughter, which she does. Five years later he returns, wealthy, and tells the widow of his love and she confesses hers. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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9 April 1913 (USA)  »

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Rosemary Theby is just what was right
29 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

The best offering of today's regular releases, but it is not a great picture. Gertrude Lane is the authoress and Wilfred North the producer. The primary statement does not build up to the situation very smoothly. The first scene should have shown that the woman had a sick child and then we should have been told that a storm was brewing, so that we might have understood the woman's being so startled. The lightning scene when the telephone was cut was fine; we didn't know that it had disconnected the house. That subtitle about the little one's photograph was a bit sickly. The man ought to have asked for one that he had noticed. Rosemary Theby, as the woman, is just what was right and Harry Northrup, as the burglar, is also good. - The Moving Picture World, April 26, 1913


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