At a tramcar in Copenhagen the piano teacher Magda Vang meets the young man Knud Svane, who falls in love with her. She is invited to spend the summer with him and his parents at the ... See full summary »
While caring for his sick daughter, a doctor is called away to the sickbed of a neighbor. He finds the neighbor gravely ill, and ignores his wife's pleas to come home and care for his own daughter, who has taken a turn for the worse.
Three centuries before Christus. Young Cabiria is kidnapped by some pirates during one eruption of the Etna. She is sold as a slave in Carthage, and as she is just going to be sacrificed to... See full summary »
A phlegmatic pickpocket is arrested and taken to his cell. As he is an unusually wily customer, he is bound by fetters and chained to the wall. Speedily putting these off, he is locked up ... See full summary »
An entertaining picture, depicting very graphically the movements of a fly when viewed through a microscope and the enlarged image thrown upon the screen in a motion picture. The marvel of this picture is its clear photography, even though it reproduces a small object the motions of which are very rapid. And the success of the picture suggests unlimited educational possibilities. With the power of the microscope utilized in the production of motion pictures, there is opened to the mass of people a new world even more wonderful than the one with which they are familiar, because it is peopled with living creatures so small that the human eye is incapable of acquiring a clear understanding of them. This picture deserves a cordial welcome wherever it is shown, and if the audience before which it was exhibited upon the day of its release can be taken as an indication, there is no question about the interest pictures of this character will excite. - The Moving Picture World, February 26, 1910
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