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Maria Roma (1913)

Maria Roma, a beautiful Italian opera singer, while performing in the Grand Opera House at Naples, attracts the attention of Lawrence Malet, an American millionaire. He is introduced to her... See full summary »

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Maria Roma, a beautiful Italian opera singer, while performing in the Grand Opera House at Naples, attracts the attention of Lawrence Malet, an American millionaire. He is introduced to her and a mutual attraction is the result. Maria and Lawrence become good friends, to the great jealousy of Capucci. Maria's manager. Seeing her enter the theater on Lawrence's arm, Capucci protests his love. She laughs at him. He forces his attentions on her until she, frightened and unnerved, refuses to go on that night. Lawrence. In his box, hears the announcement that owing to a sudden indisposition of the great soprano, there will be no performance that evening. Worried, he hurries around to Maria's dressing room, where she tells him the trouble. He wants to go after Capucci, but she refuses to allow this. Putting her cloak about her he insists that she leave the theater with him and be married at once. She consents. After the wedding, Maria and her American husband live happily in Naples until ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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23 July 1913 (USA)  »

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This is an entertaining number
6 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

Rosemary Theby appears in this as a Roman singer and Alan Hale as her American admirer. The manager becomes enraged at their marriage and vows he will have revenge. The principal scene is where the manager bribes a tenor, years later, and appears in the cast of Carmen for the purpose of stabbing the girl. Her husband springs from a box and saves her. Without being particularly strong, this is an entertaining number. - The Moving Picture World, July 26, 1913


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