A Touch of Love (1915)

Martha has constituted herself the camp mother, comforting and helping all the men and women in the camp impartially. She has a deeper feeling for Jim. Jim returns from a lucky strike the ... See full summary »

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Tom Ricketts
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Vivian Rich ... Fannie
Harry von Meter ... Jim (as Harry Van Meter)
Charlotte Burton ... Martha
B. Reeves Eason B. Reeves Eason ... Bill (as Reaves Eason)
Jack Richardson ... Steve
Louise Lester
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Martha has constituted herself the camp mother, comforting and helping all the men and women in the camp impartially. She has a deeper feeling for Jim. Jim returns from a lucky strike the same day on which Fannie reaches camp. He sees Fannie at the dance hall and falls for her unconditionally and she is drawn to Jim. Martha hears of Fannie's conquest and seeks to save Jim from an entanglement with her, believing that she is unworthy of him. Jim tells her that Fannie would be better if someone really loved her. Jim and Fannie go for a ride together. Fannie's horse runs away and she is thrown and injured. Jim takes her to Martha, who at first is tempted to let her die and so save Jim, but her loving kindness conquers and she nurses Fannie back to health. When Fannie regains consciousness, she cries out in fear that her mother and child, whom she has been supporting will have no one to care for them. Martha hears the story of Fannie's unselfish effort to take care of her loved ones and ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama

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Fairly realistic
9 December 2019 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

Charlotte Burton, Harry Von Meter and Vivian Rich appear to good advantage in this picture. The story takes the form of mild melodrama, and is interesting and fairly realistic. It is a tale of the western dance halls, and has been handled very well with the exception of some vision scenes that have been placed rather indiscriminately. - The Moving Picture World, April 17, 1915


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Country:

USA

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Release Date:

7 April 1915 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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