Nina, the Flower Girl (1917)

Nina, a blind girl, lives with her grandmother, who has taught her to make artificial flowers, which she sells at a flower-stand. Nina, and Jimmie, a crippled newsboy who sells papers on ... See full summary »

Director:

Lloyd Ingraham
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Cast

Cast overview:
Bessie Love ... Nina
Elmer Clifton Elmer Clifton ... Jimmie
Bert Hadley ... Fred Townsend
Loyola O'Connor Loyola O'Connor ... Mrs. Townsend
Alfred Paget ... Archie Dean
Fred Warren Fred Warren ... Dr. Fletcher
Adele Clifton Adele Clifton ... Fifi Chandler
Rhea Haines Rhea Haines ... Lotta
Jennie Lee Jennie Lee ... Nina's grandmother
Mrs. Higby Mrs. Higby ... Mrs. Hicks
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Nina, a blind girl, lives with her grandmother, who has taught her to make artificial flowers, which she sells at a flower-stand. Nina, and Jimmie, a crippled newsboy who sells papers on the same corner, are sweethearts. Nina's grandmother dies, and she turns to Jimmie. One day Jimmie has a fight with another newsboy, whom he thinks is hanging about Nina's stand too much, and the other boy is soon begging for mercy. Miss Fifi Chandler, an artist, happens to be passing, and becoming interested, she accompanies Nina and Jimmie to their rooms, and is surprised to find that Jimmie is an artist, having made a beautiful plaster cast of Nina. Fifi brings Jimmie and his protégé to the notice of her fellow artist, Fred Townsend, who falls in love with Nina. Fred has a great specialist examine Nina's eyes, and assured that an operation would restore her sight, takes her to his mother's home. Townsend tells the boy that the operation will be a success, and is amazed when Jimmie bursts forth in a... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Release Date:

21 January 1917 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Nina la bouquetière See more »

Company Credits

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Fine Arts Film Company See more »
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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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