Stern parents have ever been relentless obstacles in love's young dream, but it is perhaps quite doubtful if ever love could equal the accentuated bliss and anguish of these two. She ... See full summary »

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D.W. Griffith

Writer:

D.W. Griffith
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Credited cast:
Henry B. Walthall ... Indian Charlie
Dorothy Gish ... The Young Woman
Robert Harron ... The Young Man
Walter P. Lewis Walter P. Lewis ... The Young Woman's Father (as Walter Lewis)
Kate Bruce ... The Young Woman's Mother
Lionel Barrymore ... Secondary Role
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Christy Cabanne Christy Cabanne ... Settler (as W. Christy Cabanne)
Harry Carey ... Indian
John T. Dillon John T. Dillon ... Man in Room
Frank Evans Frank Evans ... Settler
Frank Lanning ... Indian
J. Jiquel Lanoe J. Jiquel Lanoe ... Settler
Adolph Lestina Adolph Lestina ... Settler
Charles Hill Mailes ... Indian
Alfred Paget ... Indian
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Stern parents have ever been relentless obstacles in love's young dream, but it is perhaps quite doubtful if ever love could equal the accentuated bliss and anguish of these two. She refused to eat for her hero and for her he bore the marks of battle, an eye made black by a cruel parent's fist. Tired of such an unsympathetic world, they sought the wilderness, where, had it not been for Indian Charlie, these two "babes in the wood" would have ended their dream in a manner quite too disagreeable to think of. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Western

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 December 1912 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Fort Lee, New Jersey, USA

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Biograph Company See more »
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Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Ten Short Films in 1912
27 October 2003 | by Single-Black-MaleSee all my reviews

This 17 minute two-reeler was the tenth short film that the 37 year old D.W. Griffith made in this year. He was obviously taking his work more seriously and spending time trying to develop his scripts. A few more years and he would be ready to unleash his contribution to cinema.


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