Anne of the Trails (1913)

Although keeping herself above her environment, Ann Morgan is used by her father as "half in his gambling den. One day Ann plays cards with Al Brent. She plays a straight game much to the ... See full summary »

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William J. Bauman
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Anne Schaefer ... Anne of the Trails
George Holt ... Norwood
Major J.A. McGuire Major J.A. McGuire ... Morgan - Anne's Father
George Stanley ... Al Brent
Fred Mace
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Although keeping herself above her environment, Ann Morgan is used by her father as "half in his gambling den. One day Ann plays cards with Al Brent. She plays a straight game much to the disgust of Morgan, and Brent wins. Morgan, angry, takes her place and by cheating, wins all of Brent's money. Ann, ashamed of her father, accuses him. A fight follows. Morgan, though mortally wounded, makes his getaway with Ann and they finally find their way to a mountain cabin where they are both welcomed by Norwood. Morgan dies shortly afterwards and Norwood asks Ann to marry him. She consents. All goes well until one day Brent happens into town and comes in contact with Norwood, who is filling his pipe from a pouch which bad belonged to Ann before her marriage and which Brent recognizes as one belonging to him. He tells Norwood. Norwood attacks him and then rushes home to his wife and asks her if it is true; if she was the "woman of the town saloon." Her silence makes him think it is true and he ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Country:

USA

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English

Release Date:

6 October 1913 (USA) See more »

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Silent

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1.33 : 1
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A few moments of drama
8 December 2017 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

A Western story of rough people with the first act in a gaming saloon and the second in a cabin up on the hills. The woman has married the trapper, but he doesn't know her past and later, just before a child comes to them, he is told. This gives a few moments of drama which these players put over well. Daisy E. Smith is the author and W.J. Bauman produced it. - The Moving Picture World, October 25, 1913


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