A state rights feature. A three-reel offering, effectively picturing the famous fairy tale named in the title. The costuming and setting are not lavish, but adequate, and carry the atmosphere of the fantasy very well. The story begins with the birth and christening of the princess. Then the witch predicts that she will prick herself on the spindle at the age of 16 years. This comes about, but instead of dying the princess sleeps 100 years, when the prince comes and awakens her with a kiss. The fairies appear in the fore part of the story. The production is one that will linger pleasantly in the memory. - The Moving Picture World, July 26, 1913
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