In the Frozen North (1910)

A brutal husband leaves his wife and causes a letter to be sent reporting his death at sea. The wife, fainting at the news, overturns the lamp and sets fire to the house. Saved by an old ... See full summary »
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Hobart Bosworth
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A brutal husband leaves his wife and causes a letter to be sent reporting his death at sea. The wife, fainting at the news, overturns the lamp and sets fire to the house. Saved by an old sweetheart, she marries him later. The call of the North brings this good husband to the gold fields; he prospers and is joined by his bride. At a merry making in honor of her arrival the brutal husband appears and by threats of exposure is about to take her away, when a friend, for there are such hearts of cold in that frozen North, interferes for the happiness of the good and worthy and ends the existence of the brute. And over this tale of our far-flung North. God mantles the earth with his white snow of peace and purity as an emblem of good will to Alaskan hearts. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama | Thriller

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 March 1910 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The scenic features are admirably managed
27 March 2015 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

A master of Western scenes and faithfully depicting Indian character and life; Selig has added another feature to his product which will be certain to please. The frozen North is a region of much romance, the goal of lovers of adventure and the hope of scientific travelers. The drama in the picture is alive with those characteristics which make a picture interesting and is instinct with a heart interest which will appeal strongly to most persons. The scenic features are admirably managed, conveying adequate impressions of the locality and the region depicted. These good points have been emphasized by good photography, the combination making a picture which will linger long in the memory. - The Moving Picture World, April 2, 1910


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