The Pretty Girl in Lower Five (1913)

It is a long trip from Chicago to Los Angeles and when the young man boarded the train in the Windy City, he was afraid that time would hang heavily on his hands. Then he looked around the ... See full summary »

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Lucius Henderson (as Lucius J. Henderson)
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Cast

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Florence La Badie ... The Pretty Girl
William Garwood ... The Lonely Man
Jean Darnell Jean Darnell
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It is a long trip from Chicago to Los Angeles and when the young man boarded the train in the Windy City, he was afraid that time would hang heavily on his hands. Then he looked around the car and saw one interesting object, a pretty girl in Lower 5. He had Section 6, directly across the aisle, and he did all he could, in a gentlemanly way, to scrape up an acquaintance. The maiden, however, viewed him with disdain, and would not even accept his assistance when she was unable to open the window. They stood together on the platform of the observation car, but they might as well have been miles apart, for she ignored his presence. There was sorrow in Section 6, and freezing disdain in Section 5, while the train was plunging its way westward. The scenery changes on an overland trip, and so do the dispositions of many passengers. The young man in 6 found a chance to be the gallant knight of the damsel in 5, acquaintance followed, and long before they arrived at the California city they ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama | Romance

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 February 1913 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Almost a picture without a plot
28 July 2017 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

This is almost a picture without a plot, although it works out very prettily and is pleasant to look at. The forepart of the film shows the manner in which the young couple become acquainted on board a train and the latter part finds them on top of Mt. Lowe in California. The scenes are attractive throughout. - The Moving Picture World, March 1, 1913


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