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The Valentine Girl ()


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Marion ( Marguerite Clark ) a young girl is given up by her guardian to be raised by her father who has a criminal past. Under the enchanting influence of his daughter, he renounces his life of crime. However, a former partner frames him... See more »

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Marion Morgan
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John Morgan
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Robert Wentworth
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Lucille Haines
Maggie Fisher ...
Mrs. Haines
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Joe Winder
Edith Campbell ...
Mme. Blache (as Edith Campbell Walker)
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Charles Sutton

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J. Searle Dawley

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J. Searle Dawley ... ()
 
Laura Sawyer ... (story)

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H. Lyman Broening

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  • Paramount Pictures (1917) (United States) (theatrical) (as Famous Players-Lasky Corporation)

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Marion ( Marguerite Clark ) a young girl is given up by her guardian to be raised by her father who has a criminal past. Under the enchanting influence of his daughter, he renounces his life of crime. However, a former partner frames him for a robbery he did not commit, and he is sent to prison. The distraught Marion runs away and upon taking refuge in a church, she is eventually adopted by the kindly clergyman's family. As the years pass, Marion grows into a young woman who becomes engaged. When her father is finally released , he seeks his ashamed daughter's forgiveness and explains being sent to prison on false charges. He wins the sympathy of Marion and along with her fiancés, a happy ending prevails for all. Written by Pamela Short

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  • Hans eneste datter (Denmark)
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  • 50 min
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Trivia No prints of this film are available for viewing, it is listed as a lost silent film. See more »

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