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Dorothy Phillips

  • Oct 30, 1889 - Mar 01, 1980 (age 90)
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1980
Dorothy Phillips
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Dorothy Phillips

Dorothy Phillips passed away.
1934
Now I'll Tell
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MovieJun 8, 1934

Now I'll Tell

Golden is a two-bit gambler who has promised wife Virginia …
Golden is a two-bit gambler who has promised wife Virginia he'll quit when he makes $200,000. When he fixes a fight he gets mobster Mossiter mad, then loses his fortune to him. He pawns his...
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1930
The Jazz Cinderella
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MovieSep 1, 1930

The Jazz Cinderella

The Jazz Cinderella is a 1930 American romantic drama …
The Jazz Cinderella is a 1930 American romantic drama film directed by Scott Pembroke and starring Myrna Loy, Jason Robards Sr. and Nancy Welford. In Britain it was released under the alternative title of Love Is Like That.
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1927
Cradle Snatchers
MovieMay 28, 1927

Cradle Snatchers

From a 1925 hit stage play by Russell G. Medcraft and …
From a 1925 hit stage play by Russell G. Medcraft and Norma Mitchell about three unhappy, middle-aged housewives who teach their adulterous husbands a lesson by starting affairs with college-aged young men during the jazz age.
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The Broken Gate
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MovieFeb 15, 1927

The Broken Gate

In the small farming community of Spring Valley, young Aurora …
In the small farming community of Spring Valley, young Aurora Lane has caused a scandal by bearing a son by townsman Lucius Henderson, who refuses to marry her or even admit that he's the ...
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Women Love Diamonds
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MovieFeb 12, 1927

Women Love Diamonds

Women Love Diamonds is a 1927 American black and white …
Women Love Diamonds is a 1927 American black and white silent melodrama directed by Edmund Goulding and starring Pauline Starke, Owen Moore, and Lionel Barrymore.
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1926
Remember
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MovieDec 20, 1926

Remember

Ruth Pomeroy (Dorothy Phullips) secretly loves mechanic …
Ruth Pomeroy (Dorothy Phullips) secretly loves mechanic Jimmy Crdigan (Earle Metcalfe) but he loves Ruth's sister Connie (Lola Todd). When he goes off to war, Connie accepts his signet ring...
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Upstage
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MovieNov 7, 1926

Upstage

Dolly Havens, a small-town girl with big-town ambitions that are …
Dolly Havens, a small-town girl with big-town ambitions that are larger than her talents, hooks up with Johnny Storm, a vaudeville performer, whose talents make the act a success. Dolly, thinking she is the reason, meets a handsome leading man and joins up with him but, before long, he discovers 'she ain't a trouper' and she is soon performing with 4th-class acts in Tank Town America.
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1925
Without Mercy
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MovieOct 4, 1925

Without Mercy

Without Mercy is a 1925 silent film melodrama directed by …
Without Mercy is a 1925 silent film melodrama directed by George Melford and starring Dorothy Phillips and Vera Reynolds. It was distributed by Producers Distributing Corporation.
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The Gay Deceiver
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MovieSep 19, 1925

The Gay Deceiver

The Gay Deceiver was a 1926 film directed by John M. Stahl. …
The Gay Deceiver was a 1926 film directed by John M. Stahl. The film stars Lew Cody and Carmel Myers. The film is considered lost.
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1923
Slander the Woman
MovieApr 16, 1923

Slander the Woman

Slander the Woman is a 1923 American drama film directed …
Slander the Woman is a 1923 American drama film directed by Allen Holubar and written by Violet Clark. The film stars Dorothy Phillips, Lewis Dayton, Robert Anderson, Mayme Kelso, George Siegmann and Ynez Seabury. The film was released on April 16, 1923, by Associated First National Pictures.
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1922
Hurricane's Gal
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MovieJul 1, 1922

Hurricane's Gal

Hurricane's Gal is a 1922 silent adventure film produced, …
Hurricane's Gal is a 1922 silent adventure film produced, written and directed by Allen Holubar and starring his wife Dorothy Phillips. It was distributed through Associated First National Pictures.
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1921
Man-Woman-Marriage
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MovieMar 27, 1921

Man-Woman-Marriage

Man, Woman & Marriage is a 1921 American silent drama film …
Man, Woman & Marriage is a 1921 American silent drama film produced and directed by Allen Holubar and starring Dorothy Phillips. It was released through Associated First National Pictures. It is also known under the title Man-Woman-Marriage.
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1920
Once to Every Woman
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MovieSep 6, 1920

Once to Every Woman

Once to Every Woman is a 1920 American silent drama film …
Once to Every Woman is a 1920 American silent drama film starring Dorothy Phillips, directed by Allen Holubar and released by Universal Pictures under the name Jewel Production. Supporting actors include Margaret Mann and a then-unknown Rudolph Valentino. It was re-released in 1922 after Valentino's increased popularity. It is now a lost film.
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1919
Paid in Advance
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MovieSep 1, 1919

Paid in Advance

In the northwestern wilderness of Alaska, an innocent young …
In the northwestern wilderness of Alaska, an innocent young girl falls into the clutches of a band of evil men of the gold fields.
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The Right to Happiness
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MovieAug 31, 1919

The Right to Happiness

The story of twin sisters, one …
The story of twin sisters, one raised in Russia, the other in America, and how their lives diverge and re-entangle.
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1918
The Heart of Humanity
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MovieDec 22, 1918

The Heart of Humanity

An American woman is …
An American woman is terrorized by the ravages of war and a lecherous Prussian lieutenant when she becomes a Red Cross nurse overseas during the Great War.
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The Talk of the Town
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MovieSep 28, 1918

The Talk of the Town

The Talk of the Town is a 1918 American silent comedy film …
The Talk of the Town is a 1918 American silent comedy film directed by Allen Holubar and featuring Lon Chaney. The movie bears no relationship to the 1942 film The Talk of the Town of the same title starring Cary Grant and Ronald Colman.
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The Mortgaged Wife
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MovieJun 2, 1918

The Mortgaged Wife

The Mortgaged Wife released.
A Soul for Sale
MovieMay 19, 1918

A Soul for Sale

A Soul for Sale released.
The Risky Road
MovieApr 25, 1918

The Risky Road

The Risky Road released.
Broadway Love
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MovieJan 21, 1918

Broadway Love

A small-town girl goes to New York hoping to become a star on …
A small-town girl goes to New York hoping to become a star on Broadway, but the best she can do are roles as chorus girls. She falls in with a "fast" crowd, notably a "party girl" named ...
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The Grand Passion
MovieJan 12, 1918

The Grand Passion

The Grand Passion is a 1918 American silent western film …
The Grand Passion is a 1918 American silent western film directed by Ida May Park and starring Lon Chaney. It is not known whether the film currently survives.
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1917
Triumph
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MovieSep 3, 1917

Triumph

Triumph is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Joe …
Triumph is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Joe De Grasse, starring Lon Chaney and released by Universal Pictures. Only three of the five reels of this film survive.
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Pay Me!
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MovieSep 1, 1917

Pay Me!

Joe Lawson, a corrupt gold miner, kills his partner, his partner's …
Joe Lawson, a corrupt gold miner, kills his partner, his partner's wife and his own wife for the mine, and steals his partner's child, while abandoning his own child. He starts an outlaw town. 20 years later, his son returns as does his partner, who's not really dead, but is rather unhappy.
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The Rescue
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MovieJul 30, 1917

The Rescue

The Rescue is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by …
The Rescue is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Ida May Park and starring Lon Chaney. It is not known whether the film currently survives, which suggests that it is a lost film.
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Fires of Rebellion
MovieJul 2, 1917

Fires of Rebellion

Fires of Rebellion is a 1917 American silent drama film …
Fires of Rebellion is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Ida May Park and starring Lon Chaney. It is not known whether the film currently survives.
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A Doll's House
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MovieJun 11, 1917

A Doll's House

Nora Helmer has years earlier committed a forgery in order …
Nora Helmer has years earlier committed a forgery in order to save the life of her authoritarian husband Torvald. Now she is being blackmailed lives in fear of her husband's finding out and...
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The Flashlight
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MovieMay 21, 1917

The Flashlight

The Flashlight released.
The Girl in the Checkered Coat
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MovieApr 23, 1917

The Girl in the Checkered Coat

The Girl in the Checkered Coat released.
Hell Morgan's Girl
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MovieMar 5, 1917

Hell Morgan's Girl

A young painter is disowned by his wealthy father for refusing to …
A young painter is disowned by his wealthy father for refusing to give up his career as an artist. He gets drunk and stumbles into a tough saloon called Hell Morgan's, where he proceeds to ...
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The Piper's Price
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MovieJan 8, 1917

The Piper's Price

After divorcing his first wife and marrying a more gentle …
After divorcing his first wife and marrying a more gentle natured woman, Ralph Hadley finds himself again attracted to his ex-wife, a shrewd business woman. Trouble begins when he foolishly...
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1916
The Price of Silence
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MovieDec 11, 1916

The Price of Silence

The Price of Silence is a 1916 American silent drama film …
The Price of Silence is a 1916 American silent drama film directed by Joe De Grasse and starring Lon Chaney. A print is housed at Archives du Film du CNC.
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The Place Beyond the Winds
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MovieNov 6, 1916

The Place Beyond the Winds

Priscilla Glenn is a product of …
Priscilla Glenn is a product of the woods, a wild, impulsive, nature-loving child. Her father is her antithesis, seeing none of the beauties of nature, thinking women only creatures to be ...
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If My Country Should Call
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MovieSep 25, 1916

If My Country Should Call

The whole Ardath family is …
The whole Ardath family is collected together to discuss the proposed marriage between Margaret and Robert Ogden, a British citizen. The consensus of opinion is that the match is desirable ...
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The Mark of Cain
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MovieAug 7, 1916

The Mark of Cain

The Mark of Cain is a 1916 American silent drama film …
The Mark of Cain is a 1916 American silent drama film directed by Joe De Grasse and starring Lon Chaney.
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Harmony in A Flat
MovieMay 26, 1916

Harmony in A Flat

Harmony in A Flat released.
Saved by a Song
MovieMar 5, 1916

Saved by a Song

Saved by a Song released.
1915
Sh! Don't Wake the Baby
MovieSep 7, 1915

Sh! Don't Wake the Baby

Sh! Don't Wake the Baby released.
A Fireside Realization
MovieMay 20, 1915

A Fireside Realization

A Fireside Realization released.
Matty's Decision
MovieApr 27, 1915

Matty's Decision

Matty's Decision released.
Six Months to Live
MovieMar 25, 1915

Six Months to Live

Six Months to Live released.
1914
Hounded
MovieDec 31, 1914

Hounded

Jim Nolan and his partner, Mart, are doing time for the …
Jim Nolan and his partner, Mart, are doing time for the robbery of Bolland's bank. The banker's daughter, Mary, while doing criminal reform work, becomes interested in Jim. Influenced by her wholesome personality, Jim is inspired to "go straight." At the expiration of his term, Mary uses her social influence to get him a position and help him make good. Jim is promoted rapidly, but the stigma of "jailbird" sticks to him and the instinct to steal is revived. Fearing that he will yield, Jim appeals to his one friend, Mary, to help him in his fight against temptation. She does so. The proud old banker disapproves of his daughter's growing friendship with the "jailbird," but Mary stands by Jim. The friendship of Mary and Jim ripens into love. Bolland disowns his daughter. She marries Jim. In his loneliness the banker regrets his action and tries to win Mary away from Jim. To do this he causes him to lose his position and hounds him from place to place, using his influence to discredit Jim in every way possible. Driven to the wall Jim puts up a hard fight. A mortgage on the little home is due, and without means with which to meet the obligation, Jim foresees his wife and babe turned into the streets. In despair, he listens to the voice of the tempter, Mart, who plans another robbery of Bolland's bank with the cooperation of Newton, a thieving bank clerk. After a fight with temptation, Jim yields, and together they loot the bank. They are forced to lock a watchman in a vault, where he dies. The clerk, Newton, is arrested for the crime. He turns evidence, implicating Jim and Mart. When arrested for the crime, Jim keeps the truth from his wife and is dragged to prison with the picture in his heart of Mary as he last sees her, standing in the doorway with their baby clasped to her breast. This picture is his one source of consolation during the dark hours which follow. The evidence of Newton convicts Jim and his companion and they are given a life sentence. Refusing to renounce her faith in Jim, Mary is driven from the little home, and finally is stricken during an epidemic, and she and the child die. On hearing this Jim becomes a hopeless degenerate, hating the world in general and Newton, the informer, in particular. His visions of his loved ones are always blurred by the accusing finger of the informer. Jim's desire for revenge grows to a maniacal fury. He has contrived to keep some of the stolen bank notes, and with these he bribes a guard into releasing him for a few hours, promising to return after having seen his mother, whom he claims is dying. Newton, the informer, has reformed and is now traveling the "straight and narrow." He has a wife and child, a beautiful home and happiness. As he sits in his luxurious library he is not aware of the grinning shadow in stripes standing behind him. The "Jailbird" has come for revenge. There is a struggle, but Jim in his fury is the stronger. Newton, bound to a table and gagged, looks up at the grinning face and smooth shaven head of the "Jailbird." Then there is a swish of skirts, a startled exclamation. Jim turns to see a woman standing in the doorway with a baby clasped to her breast. In the weakened condition of his mind, Jim imagines them to be his own wife and child come back to guide him in the "straight way." All thought of revenge fades his mind, the knife drops from his hand, he steals from the house and back toward the prison.
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Love and Baseball
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MovieOct 3, 1914

Love and Baseball

Christy Mathewson is engaged to Lillian Terry, daughter of …
Christy Mathewson is engaged to Lillian Terry, daughter of Edward Terry, a rich merchant. The father favors the match, but dislikes the way Christie fools away his time playing baseball. ...
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The Man Who Lost, But Won
MovieJun 8, 1914

The Man Who Lost, But Won

John Rankin is engaged to …
John Rankin is engaged to marry Margaret, a member of his flock. The wedding day is only two days off. Phillips Denver is also in love with Margaret, but has little hopes of preventing the ...
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1913
Into the North
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MovieMay 19, 1913

Into the North

The story opens in a bank in Minneapolis. Fred …
The story opens in a bank in Minneapolis. Fred Wentworth, one of the clerks, is sent out on a message, and while he is gone the cashier is shot dead by Frank Davis, a robber and bad man ...
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The Price of Gold
MovieApr 2, 1913

The Price of Gold

Which would you choose, providing you could have your choice …
Which would you choose, providing you could have your choice in the matter? A husband with lots of money, one that you could not love, or a husband without money, one that you adored? This ...
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1912
Allen Holubar
MarriageJuly 1912

Allen Holubar

Allen Holubar (August 3, 1888 – November 20, 1923) was an …
Allen Holubar (August 3, 1888 – November 20, 1923) was an American actor, film director and screenwriter of the silent film era. He appeared in 38 films between 1913 and 1917. He also directed 33 films between 1916 and 1923.
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1911
Saved from the Torrents
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MovieSep 11, 1911

Saved from the Torrents

Young Jack Carrington has …
Young Jack Carrington has fallen into bad company and one day he runs away from home to a neighboring town, where he gets into trouble. His sister is loved by Arthur Chester, the station ...
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The New Manager
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MovieAug 4, 1911

The New Manager

A brash young businessman inherits his wealthy father's …
A brash young businessman inherits his wealthy father's business, but goes bankrupt. He later wins the hand of the daughter of his former manager, who he had discharged, and who by now is wealthy himself.
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Her Dad the Constable
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MovieJul 18, 1911

Her Dad the Constable

Mary Perkins, a country girl, …
Mary Perkins, a country girl, goes to the city intending to visit friends. In endeavoring to find her way to her friend's home, she is lost and after wandering aimlessly about the streets is assisted by a young man, who is also acquainted with Mary's friends. Young Thornton soon falls in love with Mary and on the eve of her departure for home, proposes and is accepted. Mary writes to her father and mother, telling them of the engagement and that she and Tom will be married at the country home within a week. On the wedding day Tom misses his train and decides to drive out to Mary's home in his motor alone. On the way he is delayed several times by accidents and urging his car to its utmost speed, sails like a streak through the country towns, paying no attention to the various village constables who try to arrest him for speeding. Perkins, Mary's father, is the constable of their village, and when the guests are anxiously awaiting the arrival of Tom, he receives a telephone message from another constable, that a speeder is coming his way. As a result Tom is arrested, while Perkins, who has never seen Tom before, refuses to listen to any explanation. Locking the young man up in the calaboose, Perkins hurriedly returns home, when it is learned that the young man he had arrested is his prospective son-in-law. The affair ends happily enough when Tom is released and the delayed ceremony takes place.
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The Rosary
MovieJul 14, 1911

The Rosary

Mrs. Payne, an invalid, is propped up in bed with her little son …
Mrs. Payne, an invalid, is propped up in bed with her little son kneeling beside her when there is a knock at the door, and the priest, Father Grant, enters. Realizing that the woman is beyond physical aid, the old priest goes through the last rites of the church and the invalid mother falls back dead. Feeling a great love for the little fellow, Father Grant resolves to adopt him and when he consents, leads him away to his home. Ten years later the boy has resolved to become a priest and has already taken the preliminary steps. One day he is sent by Father Grant to the home of an old friend, where he meets Ruth Martin, a beautiful and innocent young girl. This first meeting results in the mutual love of both, although each hardly realize what it means to them. A few months later finds the young man where he must foreswear the church or the girl, and with aching heart young Payne resolves to sacrifice his sweetheart for the priesthood. Alone that night his heart is filled with bitter regret, as he realizes he has lost Ruth forever. Tempted to see her once more, and if possible to persuade Father Grant to release him from his vows, he steals back to the girl's cottage that night, and tells her of his love. It is she who awakens him to the folly of the step, and she tells him she will be glad to sacrifice all worldly pleasures if he will return to the church. Turning away, ashamed and repentant, he moves slowly out of the house, while the girl drops on her knees with her head bowed in agony.
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1889
Dorothy Phillips
BirthOctober 1889

Dorothy Phillips

Dorothy Phillips was born.
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