Fogg's Millions (1914)

Old Peter Fogg, uncle to William Fogg, has a stroke of paralysis and is ordered to the seaside by Dr. Jack Manly, who is in love with Milly, William Fogg's daughter. Milly, however, is in ... See full summary »

Director:

Van Dyke Brooke

Writer:

Elizabeth R. Carpenter (story)
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Cast overview:
Van Dyke Brooke ... Old Peter Fogg
Norma Talmadge ... Grace Marvin - the Wife
Jack Harvey ... Jim Marvin - the Husband
Rose Tapley
Beatrice McKay Beatrice McKay
Kalman Matus Kalman Matus
Harry Kendall Harry Kendall ... George
Antonio Moreno
Harry Davenport
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Old Peter Fogg, uncle to William Fogg, has a stroke of paralysis and is ordered to the seaside by Dr. Jack Manly, who is in love with Milly, William Fogg's daughter. Milly, however, is in love with Loring, an adventurer, whom Jim Marvin, William Fogg's gardener, believes to be the man that eloped with his (Jim's) wife. The gardener tells Manly of his suspicions and swears vengeance should they prove to be true. Milly, horrified, overhears the conversation. Grace Marvin, an adventuress, hears of Peter Fogg's millions, and scheming to get possession of them, scrapes up an acquaintance with the old man. Grace's pretended kindness and affection win old Peter's love and he marries her. Loring, hearing his old friend and sweetheart, Grace, has married the Fogg millions, at once ceases his attentions to Milly and hastens to the seaside to renew his acquaintance with Grace. Old Fogg finds Loring and Grace in each other's arms, has an apoplectic stroke and drops dead, leaving Grace his sole ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama

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It holds the attention of the spectator by its sheer worthiness
9 December 2018 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

This is a well-produced two-part picture in all respects, and it holds the attention of the spectator by its sheer worthiness. It contains much that demonstrates human frailties, which in the end, in sequence, boomerangs to punish the culprits. Elizabeth R. Carpenter must be given the credit for having produced a splendid vehicle for a superior cast. Van Dyke Brooke, who plays the leading part, Peter Fogg, is the director. Jack Harvey portrays in a natural manner the wronged husband. Norma Talmadge, Kalman Matus and Harry Kendall are in the cast. - The Moving Picture World, August 1, 1914


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Country:

USA

Language:

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Release Date:

14 July 1914 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Foggs Millioner See more »

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Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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