True Irish Hearts (1914)

Danny Sullivan and Patrick O'Neill are both in love with the village beauty. Rose O'Farrell, a pretty little Irish girl, whose father is a gruff old fellow. Rose favors Danny and when ... See full summary »

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Raymond B. West
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Cast

Cast overview:
Richard Stanton ... Danny Sullivan
Ann Little ... Rose O'Farrell (as Anna Little)
Tom Chatterton ... Patrick O'Neill
Guy Standing ... Father Donegal
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Danny Sullivan and Patrick O'Neill are both in love with the village beauty. Rose O'Farrell, a pretty little Irish girl, whose father is a gruff old fellow. Rose favors Danny and when Patrick proposes to her, she tells him she would marry him if she were not going to marry someone else. Patrick is broken-hearted and decides to go to Dublin to study for the priesthood. Danny and Rose are married by Father Donegal, the village priest and sponsor to Patrick. Five years later, the "patriots" of Ireland, resenting the rule of England, decide to take matters into their own hands and Danny is chosen their leader. A reward is offered for the capture of Danny, and Felix McCann, who wanted to marry Danny's mother, because she owned a little land and a cottage, and was kicked out of the house by Danny, forges a note, purporting to come from Danny, who offers to betray his band if the British officer will give him freedom. Danny is about to be court-martialed when Rose finds the notes thrown away... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Genres:

Short | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 January 1914 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Domino Film Company See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Enacted with dash and spirit
17 February 2018 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

This three-reel drama drops readily into the category of Irish plays and pictures from time immemorial. But it is enacted with dash and spirit; the costuming and settings are what they should be, and altogether there is no drag in the development of the picture. Most effective of all are the closing scenes, wherein the young priest passes himself off for Danny in order that the latter may escape to America with his wife. For this the priest sacrifices his life, and the escaping couple never know of this, First-class Irish drama of the conventional type. - The Moving Picture World, December 27, 1913


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