Children of the Feud (1914)

Jabez Morton goes to a nearby field to drive some cows to an upper pasture. He pulls down part of Carson Belfield's pasture fence so as to drive the cows through. Belfield, who is sitting ... See full summary »

Director:

Ned Finley

Writer:

John Aldine (story)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Edith Storey ... Hulda Belfield
Harry Northrup ... Carson Belfield
Jack Harvey Jack Harvey ... Walton Belfield Jr.
Ned Finley Ned Finley ... James Morton
Mrs. Ormsby Mrs. Ormsby ... Eliza Morton
Robert Huggins Robert Huggins ... Boone Morton Jr.
James Morrison ... Boone Morton Sr.
Frank Le Strange Frank Le Strange ... William Morton Jr.
Arthur Ashley ... William Morton Sr.
Logan Paul Logan Paul ... A Preacher
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Thelma Garr Thelma Garr
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Jabez Morton goes to a nearby field to drive some cows to an upper pasture. He pulls down part of Carson Belfield's pasture fence so as to drive the cows through. Belfield, who is sitting on a stump smoking his pipe watching his two children, Walton and Hulda, rises angrily and, rifle in hand, goes toward Jabez. Belfield orders Jabez to stop pulling down the fence and when he refuses, shoots him. James Morton, with his wife, Eliza, and their two young boys, Boone and William, run to the pasture. They vow to revenge Jabez. Fifteen years later, William and Boone while walking in the mountains, see Walton and Hulda. William fires at them, but misses his aim. Boone refuses to shoot, saying, "I do not make war on women." A few days later, Boone is sitting alone in the mountains and is surprised by Hulda. He lowers his rifle and laughs. Angered by his manner, Hulda fires at him, hitting him in the knee. Ashamed of her act, she kneels beside him and bandages his wound. When she leaves, her ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 February 1914 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Several quite emotional scenes
13 May 2018 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

The feud plot seem to appeal to pictureplay authors, as they crop up regularly, and are so similar it is almost impossible to produce an original one. But this one is somewhat different. At least at is gripping and contains several quite emotional scenes. The scenic effects were well selected and highly photographed. The cast contains such capable people as Ned Finley. Robert Huggins, Harry Northrup. Edith Story, Jack Harvey, Frank Le Strange. Mrs. Ormsby and Logan Paul. Honors must be given to Edith Story and Mrs. Ormsby, whose makeup as the old grandmother was par excellent. This is a picture that will be remembered. The reconciliation of the families is touching. - The Moving Picture World, February 28, 1914


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