Robert Austin, a man of sterling qualities, self-made and self-reliant, meets and falls in love with Marmion Moore, a charming New York society woman. The love story progresses to the point... See full summary »

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Robert Austin, a man of sterling qualities, self-made and self-reliant, meets and falls in love with Marmion Moore, a charming New York society woman. The love story progresses to the point where Austin has almost declared himself when the current of events is turned. Austin and Miss Moore are riding in the park one day when her horse takes fright and bolts, Austin, in attempting to save Miss Moore, catches the bridle rein of the runaway, but his own horse swerves and he is dragged and trampled, without, however, releasing his hold. Miss Moore, although thrown, is practically unhurt, but Austin is so severely injured that his life is despaired of. He recovers his health, however, but it is soon manifest that his eyesight is going. This fact becomes painfully evident to him, and the opinion of the eminent specialist whom he consults, far from giving him encouragement, only convinces him that it will be a matter of only a very short time when the light of day with him will give place to... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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12 July 1910 (USA)  »

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The impression it makes cannot be lost in a day
26 July 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

Emotions to which some may be a stranger will be aroused by this picture. The night of blindness is meant, and it reproduces the love story of a man who is gradually losing his sight, yet so cleverly conceals it from his sweetheart that she never knows it until she learns it by accident. Love is a marvelous passion, overmastering in its manifestations, and where it is true even the night of blindness cannot shut it out. The story is told with so much sympathy by the actors that one seems almost to pass through the scenes represented on the screen and become, for the time, one of the sufferers in this love drama. It is a film, the memory of which will remain long, and the impression it makes cannot be lost in a day. - The Moving Picture World, July 23, 1910


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