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Shon the Piper (1913)

Disguised as a piper, a wealthy Scotsman wins the hand of a peasant girl.




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Shon the Piper
Joseph Singleton ...
John Burton ...
Tam IcIvor


Shon, a scotch duke, refused a woman because she is only after his money and flees in search of adventures into the Scotisch highlands.He falls in love with Madge McIvor,which in turn is to marry the Laird of the Isla.Shon steals her away from the wedding feast and the whole clan follows them.In the end shon is accepted by Madges Family. Written by Anonymous

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Short | Drama | Romance





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30 September 1913 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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A remarkably fresh and interesting two-reel subject
18 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

A remarkably fresh and interesting two-reel subject, featuring Robert Leonard and Marguerita Fischer. The story illustrates a Scotch ballad and gives the observer as cheerful a series of bright, sunny situations as could be wished. Leonard, who is rapidly developing new powers as a screen artist, appears as the Duke of Gengatl, who masquerades as a bagpiper in order to see something of life and find the girl of his choice. The resulting adventures are very pleasing. A particularly good release. - The Moving Picture World, September 27, 1913

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