John Hern, a theatrical manager, advertises for chorus girls. Hazel Dorn, a pretty little country girl who has been singing in a church choir, sees the ad and despite the entreaties of her ... See full summary »

Director:

Reginald Barker

Writers:

William H. Clifford (story), Harry G. Stafford (scenario)
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Sherman Bainbridge Sherman Bainbridge ... John Hern
Leona Hutton ... Fannie Rice
Margaret Thompson ... Hazel Dorn
Gayne Whitman ... Jim Bell
William Clifford
Charles Edler
Walter Belasco Walter Belasco ... The Traitor
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John Hern, a theatrical manager, advertises for chorus girls. Hazel Dorn, a pretty little country girl who has been singing in a church choir, sees the ad and despite the entreaties of her mother and J. Bell, her sweetheart, decides to answer. She is only one among many and the musical director tells Hern that her voice is none too good, but her youth and beauty has pleased Hern and he tells the director to sign her up any way. Hern sees that Hazel is given a good part and during rehearsals invites her to lunch, sends her flowers and beautiful clothes, which he tells her she can pay for later. Fanny Rice, a sort of adventuress, who has had an affair with Hern early in her life, tries to warn Hazel, but Hazel becomes indignant, telling her that Mr. Hern has nothing but a fatherly interest in her. Fanny intercepts a telegram Hern sends to Hazel, asking her to go away with him that night. Fanny changes the numbers on hers and Hazel's doors, which are close together and when Hern raps as ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 December 1913 (USA) See more »

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Kay-Bee Pictures See more »
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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The story follows familiar lines
11 February 2018 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

This two-reel offering, written by William H. Clifford, tells a story of stage life as it is commonly depicted. The manager engages the young girl for personal reasons and intends luring her to her ruin. In a series of exciting scenes the older girl, already his victim, contrives to save Hazel. The leading parts are well acted and while the story follows familiar lines it possesses a strong interest and works up to a stirring climax. - The Moving Picture World, December 20, 1913


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