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The Bride of Lammermoor (1910)

Lucia di Lammermoor (original title)
With several well-aimed pistol shots, followed by a few powerful thrusts with his sword, Sir Edgar puts to rout a party of outlaws and rescues the beautiful Lucy Ashton. On the way to her ... See full summary »

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With several well-aimed pistol shots, followed by a few powerful thrusts with his sword, Sir Edgar puts to rout a party of outlaws and rescues the beautiful Lucy Ashton. On the way to her home the young couple fall in love with each other and exchange tokens of betrothal. Nothing occurs to mar the happiness of the lovers until Lady Ashton returns from a distant voyage, and sternly opposes the engagement of her daughter. She urges upon Lucy the suit of Lord Bucklaw, of a neighboring estate, and finally arranges a marriage. The unhappy daughter is forced to consent and the contract is signed with great pomp and ceremony. Lucy has just unwillingly affixed her signature, when in rushes Sir Edgar, and accusing her of breaking her word, tears the contract to shreds and hastily leaves the room. Lucy is terribly upset at this, and when the parents rush to question her, they find that she has lost her mind. Lucy's condition does not improve, and soon afterward the unhappy bride, not realizing ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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27 August 1912 (USA)  »

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