The Girl of the Mountains (1912)

Tess Sutton, the daughter of a miner, who is likewise a miser, dutifully dwells with her father by a lonely mountain farm, where his little mine and flume are located. She is loved by Hank,... See full summary »

Director:

Harry McRae Webster (as Henry McRae Webster)

Writer:

Lanier Bartlett (scenario)
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Cast

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Hobart Bosworth ... Hank - the Mountaineer Miner
Herbert Rawlinson ... Young Dr. Arnold
Al Ernest Garcia ... Jim - a Mountain Man (as Al E. Garcia)
Frank Clark Frank Clark ... Sutton - the Old Miner
Betty Harte ... Tess Sutton - the Old Miner's Daughter
Anna Dodge Anna Dodge ... The Mountain Mother (as Anna Hernandez)
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Tess Sutton, the daughter of a miner, who is likewise a miser, dutifully dwells with her father by a lonely mountain farm, where his little mine and flume are located. She is loved by Hank, an uncouth mountaineer, in a primitive way, but her thought centers about a young doctor in the faraway settlement. He saves her from some embarrassment by calling at her cabin when Hank is an unwelcome visitor, and incurs the everlasting enmity of that bellicose individual. He tries to waylay and assassinate his rival, but the girl shows him the other way at the pistol point. The sudden death of her father and the discovery of Hank, allows him to lead a drunken lynching party after the doctor. Again the bravery and resourcefulness of the mountain lass comes into play and they escape by the perilous way of the timber flume. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 December 1912 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The ride down the flume is interesting to see
30 April 2017 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

A picture made to feature a sensational ride down a flume on the floating timber. This ride of hero and heroine is by the way of escape from a self-constituted posse that is bent on hanging the young man, a doctor. The villain of the story has accused him of murdering an old miser, the heroine's father in order'to cover his own theft of the miser's gold. The scenario is by Lanier Bartlet and was produced by Henry McRae. Betty Hart plays the girl; Herbert Rawlinson, the doctor; Hobart Bosworth, the villain, and Frank Clark, the miser. Also in the cast are Anna Hernandez and Al E. Garcia. The ride down the flume is interesting to see and the story is clear. The photography is fair. - The Moving Picture World, January 18, 1913


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