Just before the opening of the war of the rebellion, a high-spirited young girl is parted from her lover by an obdurate father. She attempts to elope, but the plan is frustrated and she is ... See full summary »
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Carlyle Blackwell
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Just before the opening of the war of the rebellion, a high-spirited young girl is parted from her lover by an obdurate father. She attempts to elope, but the plan is frustrated and she is deprived of even the privilege of seeing her sweetheart again. Then both father and lover go to war. The father is killed and brought back in a casket draped with the Confederate flag, while the lover returns at the close of the war full of honors to claim the little girl as his bride. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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23 December 1910 (USA)  »

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The scenery has an added charm
13 October 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A production from the Southern stock company, based upon events just before the war. A girl and her lover are parted by her relentless father. Both go to war, the father is killed, but the lover lives to return and claim his bride. The story is much such as many others have been based upon similar episodes, but the scenery has an added charm which will cause the picture to appear more attractive than it otherwise would. There are delightful old Colonial houses, blooming rose gardens and huge Southern oaks clothed in moss for a background, adding their share to the picture's features. The story is well told, and the combination pleased the large audience. - The Moving Picture World, January 7, 1911


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