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Napatia, the Greek Singer (1912)

A young fireman rescues a beautiful Greek singer from her mean foster father and the two fall in love.


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Cast overview:
... Billy Arnold
... Napatia
... Napatia's Father
... Napatia's Mother
... Chief Ryan
... Fireman
William Walters ... Fireman


Billy Arnold, a young fireman, saves Napatia, a beautiful Greek street singer from the brutality of her foster-father one day and falls deeply in love with her. He manages to meet her several times, and one morning is overjoyed when she comes with her foster-father and sings before the engine-house. Billy's companions joke him good-naturedly about Napatia, but he tells them it is no joke and that he intends making Napatia his wife if possible. A few days later, Billy meets Napatia before her home and takes her for a walk. Coming upon an alarm-box, Billy shows her how to work it and tells her if she is ever in trouble and needs him, to send in an alarm. A moment later the venomous foster-father appears, rages at finding Napatia with Billy and attempts to strike her. Bally instantly knocks him down, warns him to cease his brutality toward the girl and watches them leave. Napatia pays for her walk with Billy by being imprisoned in an attic room by her enraged foster-parents. Frantically ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Romance | Short





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30 April 1912 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The Chicago Fire Department was used in the making of the film. See more »

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