Her Ladyship's Page (1912)

Her Ladyship, the Countess, had a faithful little page, whom she chose as her constant companion. The Lady was wooed by a wicked Baron, whom she loathed, and seldom permitted to enter her ... See full summary »

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Marie Eline ... Her Ladyship's Page
Florence La Badie ... Her Ladyship
Harry Benham
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Her Ladyship, the Countess, had a faithful little page, whom she chose as her constant companion. The Lady was wooed by a wicked Baron, whom she loathed, and seldom permitted to enter her presence. The Baron retreated to his castle by the sea, and there plotted revenge on the fair lady who spurned him. About this time, the Prince started out on a tour of adventure with a few boon companions. He went in disguise, to be surer of catching his underlords unawares, and of finding how they were fulfilling their stewardships. By accident he met the fair Countess at a wayside shrine, and not knowing who she was, his heart went out to her. The wicked Baron finally succeeded in carrying off the fair Countess to his lonely castle. At the time of her capture she was accompanied only by her little page, whom the Baron also carried off, so he could not tell her people where to find her. The little page was a very small chap, indeed, and managed to slip through a tiny window in the Baron's castle, ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Drama | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 January 1912 (USA) See more »

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Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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