Will had a natural aptitude for painting. So it was decided that he should go to Europe to study. Nora, his sister, was not so fortunate. Bert, the pampered son of a. wealthy and ... See full summary »
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Will Hampton
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Will had a natural aptitude for painting. So it was decided that he should go to Europe to study. Nora, his sister, was not so fortunate. Bert, the pampered son of a. wealthy and aristocratic old mother, came to the country for a few weeks' vacation. As he stepped off the train he bumped into Will. Bert wasn't in a good humor, so he made some remark about "Country Pumpkins" which Will resented. Bert raised his hand to strike, but it was caught in a firm grasp. The quarrel might have ended differently if Will had not had to run for the train. Then Bert went to the village hotel. He soon became the favorite of the girls and was promptly hated by the men. One night, at a husking bee, he met Nora Hampton. It wasn't long before they were married at the village parsonage and then took the train for New York. Not until he introduced Nora to his mother did he realize that he had made a mistake in marrying so hastily. Mrs. Norville, his mother, did not hesitate to tell Bert that he had made a ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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25 October 1913 (USA)  »

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Has a good, old-fashioned story value
9 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

This two-reel subject, written by Carey Lee. makes a very satisfying impression on the observer. It is not a powerful story, but it is entertaining and has a good, old-fashioned story value. The scenes, beginning at the country home of the brother and sister and later removed to the Latin quarter in Paris, develop naturally; the acting is unforced and the performers appealing in their various parts. Stanley Walpole, Rosemary Theby, Thos. R. Mills and Sue Balfour have the leading roles. The proportion and direction are also good. A pleasing release. - The Moving Picture World, October 25, 1913


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