Adrian, an artist, seeking a certain cliff as material for a painting, inquires of Bessie, the daughter of Captain Whalen, as to the direction. He is attracted to the girl, who gazes ... See full summary »

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(as Frank E. Montgomery)

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(scenario) (as Frank E. Montgomery), (story) (as E.H. Philbrook)

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Adrian - the Artist
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Bessie Whalen
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Leon Braun (as Al E. Garcia)
Frank Richardson ...
Capt. Whalen - Bessie's Father
Jane Keckley ...
Mrs. Whalen
Count Alberti ...
The Postman (as M. Alberti)
Fred Huntley ...
Justice of the Peace
Frank Clark ...
Mr. Adrian - the Father
Anna Dodge ...
Mrs. Adrian - the Mother
Roy Watson ...
Attendant
Edward H. Philbrook ...
Policeman
Clyde Garner ...
Messenger
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Adrian, an artist, seeking a certain cliff as material for a painting, inquires of Bessie, the daughter of Captain Whalen, as to the direction. He is attracted to the girl, who gazes lovingly at him as he leaves. He meets her on several occasions thereafter while painting at the seashore, and makes several sketches of her. During this time he becomes much infatuated with her. He invites her to visit his studio. She gladly consents, and while there, he would again have her pose for him, this time desiring her attire to consist of but a slight covering so that he may be able to truly represent the graceful lines of her beautiful figure. But the maiden, in her simplicity, feels unable to grant this request. Without urging her further, he shows her the rest of his paintings and then escorts her home. They soon see each other again, much to the sorrow of Leon, who was Bessie's sweetheart prior to her meeting Adrian, and who now closely watches their movements, hoping for an opportune ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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15 January 1912 (USA)  »

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