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Danger Within (1918)

A ruthless, miserly millionaire wakes up one day and finds that a quarantine sign reading "Danger Within!" has been tacked onto the front door of his mansion, and guards have been stationed... See full summary »

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William A. Carroll ...
Tom Paulton (as William Carroll)
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Grace Paulton
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Matthew Wedgestone (as Charles H. Mailes)
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Gilbert Bolton
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A ruthless, miserly millionaire wakes up one day and finds that a quarantine sign reading "Danger Within!" has been tacked onto the front door of his mansion, and guards have been stationed outside to make sure that no one enters or leaves the building. The only other person in the house is Dolly, his chief clerk's six-year-old daughter, who went into the house out of curiosity just before it was quarantined. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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11 May 1918 (USA)  »

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En quarantaine  »

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Will charm and satisfy the average audience immensely
14 November 2015 | by See all my reviews

The softening influence of a child upon the heart of a hardened old masculine being has often been used effectively in pictures and fiction. This story, which was written by Charles T. and Frank Dazey, and produced by Rea Berger, introduces the theme in a way that will reach many hearts. The story is, in fact, one that will charm and satisfy the average audience immensely, in spite of its rather quiet development. The full reel of suspense at the close atones for a certain slowness of action in the opening reels, though in spite of this the story is at all times interesting. Zoe Rae has perhaps never had a story better suited to her childish capabilities than this. This number has far too many close-ups, particularly of unimportant characters. It should be noted that Charles H. Mailes does an excellent character bit as Wedgestone. - The Moving Picture World, May 4, 1918


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