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Eugene O'Brien

  • Nov 14, 1880 - Apr 29, 1966 (age 85)
  • 6' 0" (1.83 m)
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1966
Eugene O'Brien
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Eugene O'Brien

Eugene O'Brien passed away.
1927
The Romantic Age
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MovieJun 5, 1927

The Romantic Age

Stephen (Eugene O'Brien) loves Sally (Alberta Vaughn) and …
Stephen (Eugene O'Brien) loves Sally (Alberta Vaughn) and proposes to her. Sally, however, seems to prefer his brother Tom (Bert Woodruff), but after Stephen saves her securities in an office fire,she realizes it is Stephen she really loves.
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1926
Flames
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MovieSep 15, 1926

Flames

Flames is a 1926 American drama film directed by Lewis H. …
Flames is a 1926 American drama film directed by Lewis H. Moomaw and featuring Boris Karloff. One reel of the feature survives at the Library of Congress.
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Fine Manners
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MovieAug 29, 1926

Fine Manners

Fine Manners is a 1926 American black-and-white silent …
Fine Manners is a 1926 American black-and-white silent comedy film directed initially by Lewis Milestone and completed by Richard Rosson for Famous Players-Lasky/Paramount Pictures. After an argument with actress Gloria Swanson, director Milestone walked off the project, causing the film to be completed by Rosson, who had picked up directorial tricks while working as an assistant director to Allan Dwan. The success of the film, being Rosson's first directorial effort since he co-directed Her Father's Keeper in 1917 with his brother Arthur Rosson, won him a long-term contract with Famous Players-Lasky.
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1925
Simon the Jester
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MovieNov 8, 1925

Simon the Jester

Rich young member of Parliament Simon De Gex, is wounded …
Rich young member of Parliament Simon De Gex, is wounded in the World War, has been told that he has only a few months to live. He gives a dinner party where he toasts death and gives up his seat and the larger part of his fortune to his friend, Dale Kynnersly, asking Dale to marry a girl in whom he is interested before he dies. Dale, however, is infatuated with Lola Brandt, a circus rider whose husband has disappeared. Dale takes Simon to watch her perform and sees her horse, Sultan, mysteriously shot dead. Lola and her friend, Midget, a clown, vow revenge. Simon becomes attracted to Lola and goes to Tangiers to find her husband. In a fight he is injured, and he is operated on and told that he will now live. Lola arrives, and Brandt confronts her and threatens to kill her when Simon interferes. Midget recognizes Brandt as the one who shot Sultan and kills him. A crowd attacks Midget, who dies from his wounds and Simon and Lola start life anew.
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Souls for Sables
MovieSep 14, 1925

Souls for Sables

Souls for Sables is a 1925 silent film directed by James C. …
Souls for Sables is a 1925 silent film directed by James C. McKay and starring Claire Windsor. It was produced and released by Tiffany Pictures.
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Graustark
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MovieAug 30, 1925

Graustark

While traveling by train from Denver to Washington, DC, …
While traveling by train from Denver to Washington, DC, wealthy young Grenfall Lorry meets a beautiful young girl. When they are accidentally left behind in a mining town, they race through the mountains and finally catch it. They travel to Washington and have a great time, but they soon part. They meet again later in the small European country of Graustark, where Grenfall and his friend Harry rescue her from kidnappers, and they then discover that she is actually the country's Princess Yetiva. She is engaged to Prinze Lorenz of Asphan in order to pay off Graustark's enormous debt from the war, but Lorenz is murdered and Grenfall is framed for the crime. Complications ensue.
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Dangerous Innocence
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MovieApr 12, 1925

Dangerous Innocence

Ann, a 19-year-old girl who looks much younger, meets a …
Ann, a 19-year-old girl who looks much younger, meets a dashing army major on a boat sailing from Liverpool to Bombay, India, and falls in love with him. Her love appears to be unrequited, though, because the major thinks she is far too young--and also, unknown to her, because he had once been in love with her mother. When a fellow passenger on the ship takes advantage of the naive girl the major comes to her rescue, but in the process the girl finds out about the past relationship between he and her mother.
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Flaming Love
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MovieJan 4, 1925

Flaming Love

Flaming Love released.
1924
The Only Woman
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MovieOct 26, 1924

The Only Woman

The Only Woman is a 1924 American silent film …
The Only Woman is a 1924 American silent film produced by Joseph Schenck for Norma Talmadge Productions and distributed by First National. It was directed by Sidney Olcott with Norma Talmadge as the leading woman.
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Secrets
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MovieMar 24, 1924

Secrets

After 40 years of struggle on the Wyoming frontier, a woman …
After 40 years of struggle on the Wyoming frontier, a woman reflects on her hardscrabble life with her unfaithful husband.
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1923
The Voice from the Minaret
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MovieJan 28, 1923

The Voice from the Minaret

Lord Carlyle, governor of an …
Lord Carlyle, governor of an Indian province, a ruthless type of a man, attracted by Adrienne's beauty, makes her his wife, but does not win her love. Andrew Fabian, studying for the ministry, comes to India. After a scene involving Carlyle and another woman Adrienne leaves him. She and Fabian meet aboard ship and he persuades her to join a pilgrimage to Damascus, where they learn to love each other. Called back to reality by the voice form the minaret, Adrienne returns to her husband and they soon go back to England. Fabian becomes minister of a church in London. They meet again. Carlyle, suspicious, arranges a ruse and learns the truth. As he is about to denounce Fabian an attack of an old malady kills him, and the lovers find happiness. - Moving Picture World 1923.
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1922
John Smith
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MovieJun 1, 1922

John Smith

John Smith is a lost 1922 American silent comedy film produced …
John Smith is a lost 1922 American silent comedy film produced and distributed by Selznick Pictures and directed by Victor Heerman. The film stars veteran Eugene O'Brien and features an early appearance by Mary Astor.
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Channing of the Northwest
MovieApr 20, 1922

Channing of the Northwest

Channing of the Northwest released.
The Prophet's Paradise
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MovieFeb 28, 1922

The Prophet's Paradise

The Prophet's Paradise is a …
The Prophet's Paradise is a 1922 American silent drama film directed by Alan Crosland and starring Eugene O'Brien, Sigrid Holmquist and Arthur Housman.
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1921
Chivalrous Charley
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MovieDec 10, 1921

Chivalrous Charley

Chivalrous Charley is a 1921 American silent comedy film …
Chivalrous Charley is a 1921 American silent comedy film directed by Robert Ellis and starring Eugene O'Brien, George Fawcett and Nancy Deaver.
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Clay Dollars
MovieOct 20, 1921

Clay Dollars

Clay Dollars released.
Is Life Worth Living?
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MovieJun 1, 1921

Is Life Worth Living?

Man tries to make a …
Man tries to make a comeback after getting out of prison.
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The Last Door
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MovieMay 10, 1921

The Last Door

The Last Door released.
Gilded Lies
MovieMar 4, 1921

Gilded Lies

Gilded Lies released.
Worlds Apart
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MovieJan 1, 1921

Worlds Apart

Worlds Apart released.
1920
Broadway and Home
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MovieDec 10, 1920

Broadway and Home

Broadway and Home released.
The Wonderful Chance
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MovieSep 27, 1920

The Wonderful Chance

Upon leaving prison, an ex con vows to go straight, but …
Upon leaving prison, an ex con vows to go straight, but circumstances force him to return to crime. Meanwhile, a gang of crooks kidnaps a visiting British aristocrat, but the ex-con has an incredible likeness to the Englishman, and his intended hosts take him home to their mansion.
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The Figurehead
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MovieJun 14, 1920

The Figurehead

The Figurehead released.
A Fool and His Money
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MovieMar 29, 1920

A Fool and His Money

A Fool and His Money is a lost 1920 American silent feature …
A Fool and His Money is a lost 1920 American silent feature film directed by actor Robert Ellis and starring Eugene O'Brien. It was produced at Lewis J. Selznick studios and distributed by the Select Film Company.
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His Wife's Money
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MovieFeb 1, 1920

His Wife's Money

His Wife's Money released.
1919
The Broken Melody
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MovieDec 1, 1919

The Broken Melody

Stewart, an art student in the "bohemian" Greenwich …
Stewart, an art student in the "bohemian" Greenwich Village in New York City, lives next door to his girlfriend Hedda, who wants to be a singer. One night while they are dining at their favorite cafe, a wealthy woman, Mrs. Trask, comes up to them with a proposition: she knows he is an artist and wants to go to Paris in order to study and develop his talent, and she will pay all his expenses to allow him to do that. He refuses because he doesn't want to leave Hedda, but she eventually persuades him to agree. It turns out that she as an ulterior motive for what she's doing--as does Mrs. Trask.
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Sealed Hearts
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MovieNov 16, 1919

Sealed Hearts

Sealed Hearts is a 1919 American silent drama film directed by …
Sealed Hearts is a 1919 American silent drama film directed by Ralph Ince and starring Eugene O'Brien, Robert Edeson, and Lucille Lee Stewart.
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The Perfect Lover
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MovieSep 20, 1919

The Perfect Lover

The Perfect Lover is a lost 1919 silent film directed by Ralph …
The Perfect Lover is a lost 1919 silent film directed by Ralph Ince and starring Eugene O'Brien. It was produced and distributed by Selznick Pictures Corporation.
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Come Out of the Kitchen
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MovieMay 11, 1919

Come Out of the Kitchen

Olivia Dangerfield and her …
Olivia Dangerfield and her brother are hired as servants in the household of the meticulous Mrs. Falkner. When another pair of servants is detained by the law, Olivia decides to pose as a master cook, though she knows little about the culinary arts. Meanwhile, Burton Crane, the boyfriend of Mrs. Falkner's daughter, becomes attracted to the "wonderful cook" at the Falkner home.
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Fires of Faith
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MovieMay 5, 1919

Fires of Faith

The story of the Salvation Army, told through the tale of two …
The story of the Salvation Army, told through the tale of two men and two women who serve in the First World War.
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1918
Little Miss Hoover
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MovieDec 29, 1918

Little Miss Hoover

During World War I, Washington, D.C. society girl Nancy …
During World War I, Washington, D.C. society girl Nancy Craddock decides to enlist in the Food Administration on the theory that "eggs will win the war."
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Under the Greenwood Tree
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MovieDec 8, 1918

Under the Greenwood Tree

Acting on her love of nature …
Acting on her love of nature and loathing of titled fortune hunters, heiress Mary Hamilton leaves home with her secretary, Peggy Ingledew, to join a band of roving gypsies. One of Mary's ...
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Her Only Way
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MovieAug 18, 1918

Her Only Way

Her Only Way released.
The Safety Curtain
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MovieJul 10, 1918

The Safety Curtain

Puck is a music hall dancer, married to an abusive …
Puck is a music hall dancer, married to an abusive husband. One night the music hall catches fire. Puck is rescued by an army officer and her husband perishes. Puck marries the officer and they begin a new life in India, until a man from her past finds her and makes demands.
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A Romance of the Underworld
MovieJun 30, 1918

A Romance of the Underworld

A Romance of the Underworld released.
De Luxe Annie
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MovieMay 19, 1918

De Luxe Annie

Annie is a victim of amnesia. In this state, having forgotten her …
Annie is a victim of amnesia. In this state, having forgotten her husband and friends, she becomes a master criminal. But an operation on her brain restores her memory, leaving her to face ...
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By Right of Purchase
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MovieFeb 1, 1918

By Right of Purchase

Margot Hughes is a butterfly society girl who sells herself …
Margot Hughes is a butterfly society girl who sells herself to the highest bidder. Her husband does not press his ownership "by right of purchase," and his delicacy is misunderstood by her and she thinks that love is lost to her. She goes to France to serve the cause of humanity. There they meet again and understanding comes. For the Program: A loveless marriage that turned out differently. - Moving Pictue World, February 2, 1918.
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The Ghosts of Yesterday
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MovieJan 19, 1918

The Ghosts of Yesterday

After his wife/model has died …
After his wife/model has died of starvation with her portrait unfinished, an impoverished artist meets another woman with a striking resemblance to her.
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1917
National Red Cross Pageant
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MovieDec 1, 1917

National Red Cross Pageant

The National Red Cross …
The National Red Cross Pageant (1917) was an American war pageant that was performed in order to sell war bonds, support the National Red Cross, and promote a positive opinion about ...
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The Moth
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MovieOct 1, 1917

The Moth

Heiress Lucy Gillam, young and spoiled, knows only a life …
Heiress Lucy Gillam, young and spoiled, knows only a life filled with parties and flirtations until she falls in love with a man who loves only her money. Lucy marries him, and after the birth of their child, finds herself confronted with the harsh realities of life as her husband demands more and more money with which to support his mistress. Tiring of his lover, Lucy's husband discards the woman, who then kills herself. Suspicion for the death points to her ex-lover, and after much misfortune, Lucy is freed from the burden of her husband, and faces life as a responsible adult.
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Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm
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MovieSep 22, 1917

Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm

With her family in financial …
With her family in financial difficulties, Rebecca is sent to live with her two strict, unfeeling aunts, who do not appreciate the young girl's charm and energy. Rebecca must make new friends and must adjust to surroundings that are sometimes difficult. But she still finds time to think of numerous ways to help others in her new hometown.
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Poppy
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MovieMay 4, 1917

Poppy

An orphan in Africa unwittingly marries an abusive man, falls …
An orphan in Africa unwittingly marries an abusive man, falls in love with and gets pregnant by an amnesiac, runs away and becomes a novelist.
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1916
The Rise of Susan
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MovieDec 18, 1916

The Rise of Susan

Susan, a young girl, the support of her old uncle, earns her …
Susan, a young girl, the support of her old uncle, earns her living in Madame Millet's fashionable shop. She almost loses her position through her rebuff of the advances of Madame's son, but the arrival of a rich customer renders he services as model necessary. The customer, Mrs. Luckett, a parvenu, struggling desperately to get into society, is struck by Susan's beauty and ladylike bearing, and when a Countess, whom she intended to use as an entering wedge into society, fails to appear, she prevails upon Susan to assume the role of Countess for a night. Susan is a great success and society goes mad over the titled lady. Mrs. Luckett is delighted and insists that Susan continue to play the role. At first Susan refuses, but Mrs. Luckett's pleas and the sudden death of her uncle cause her to change her mind, and she decided to go through with the part. As the Countess, Susan wins the heart of Clavering Gordon, a wealthy and attractive young bachelor. Mrs. Luckett had hoped to "land" Gordon as husband for her daughter, Ninon, and she resents Susan's rivalry. She tells Susan that the disappointment of losing Gordon is killing Ninon, and urges her to go away. Though now deeply in love with Gordon, Susan decides to sacrifice her own feelings to save Ninon. She is about to leave when La Salle, Mrs. Luckett's scheming social secretary, tells her that Ninon is a confirmed drug fiend, and would only ruin Gordon's life. He persuades Susan that she owes it to Gordon to marry him, and save him from Ninon and at last Susan is won over by his arguments. Just before the marriage ceremony, the scheming secretary reveals his true motives. He demands a large sum of money from Susan on penalty that, if she refuses, he will reveal to the assembled wedding guests that she is not a Countess, but a poor working girl and an impostor. Susan is dismayed. Determining that she will go no further with the deception, and scorning the secretary, she rushes into the midst of the wedding party and confesses all. Before the astonished Gordon or any of the other guests can stop her, she disappears. Seeking to forget he sorrow and unhappiness, Susan becomes a nurse and by her sweet unselfishness, wins the love of all whom she meets. After Susan disappeared, Gordon searched in vain, and finally despairing over the results and giving up all hopes of ever finding her, her marries Ninon, in the hope of reforming her. His hopes are vain, for with the years Ninon has grown continually worse, until she has become a shattered wreck. Susan is called upon to nurse her, and though town with conflicting emotions, when she learns that Ninon is the wife of Gordon, the man she loves, Susan tries desperately to save the drug-crazed woman. After a fierce struggle, the maddened Ninon succeeds in blinding Susan with a pair of scissors and then flings herself from the window to her death in the court below. Gordon meets the blinded Susan, and after a brief courtship, the two are married. In their great love they are rendered doubly happy by indications that Susan's sight is about to be restored.
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The Chaperon
MovieNov 20, 1916

The Chaperon

Jim Ogden, secretly engaged to Madge Hemmingway, …
Jim Ogden, secretly engaged to Madge Hemmingway, wealthy heiress, becomes sensitive over his lack of money and breaks the engagement. In a moment of pique she marries Count Van Tuyle. After six months she returns from Europe, minus her husband. Trying to forget her error, she goes to the country. Richard Coombs is the nearest neighbor of Madge's aunt, and he finds it necessary for his wife and himself to hasten to the city. A chaperon is needed immediately for their four daughters. By necessity they are forced to take Madge, who is still the runaway Countess Van Tuyle. Jim Ogden is on a canoe trip through the lakes and stops at the Coombs camp. This is the crowning embarrassment for the chaperon. Up to the time the cook, butler and chauffeur have quit and each one of the girls has opened a summer flirtation. However, Ogden persuades Madge to take a canoe ride. Their craft strikes a rock and the two are marooned on a little barren Island. Meanwhile the Count has followed his wife to America and with Madge's mother arrives at the camp. Becoming suspicious, he goes up the lake the next morning and finds his wife with Ogden. Madge escapes in his boat and leaves the two men to fight it out. Mrs. Coombs returns to find her four daughters engaged, the chaperon a sorry sight after her night on the lake and half of her servants gone. However, Mrs. Hemmingway solves everything and promises that she will effect a settlement with the Count to enable her daughter to marry Ogden.
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The Return of Eve
MovieOct 16, 1916

The Return of Eve

Believing that over-civilization was destroying the race, Eli …
Believing that over-civilization was destroying the race, Eli Tapper, an eccentric millionaire, took two unrelated orphan children, a boy and a girl, and placed them in a wilderness, there in the care of an old tutor, David Winters, to grow up as a new Adam and Eve, and become path-breakers of a better race. In delightful simplicity and educated as much as they could be without contact with the world, the children attain the age of nineteen years. Mrs. Tupper-Bellamy, society leader, lives in costly splendor against the day when she hopes to inherit her brother millions. She plans to marry her daughter, Clarice, to Seymour Purchwell, society idler of standing and also an attorney. Purchwell makes it plain that the marriage can occur if Eli Tupper's fortune goes to the girl and her mother. When Tupper dies the sister and her set learn for the first time of his odd experiment. His will provides that the sister must take Adam and Eve into civilization in order to win an annuity of $50,000 a year. The orphans are heirs to the rest. Purchwell sets out to find them. He locates the Eden of the boy and girl and old Winters, and is literally the serpent in the garden. Winters resents leaving, but a clash between Adam and Purchwell decides him. Plunged amidst the whirl of social affairs Eve is delighted. Adam is disgusted with the sham and deceit of society, and pleads with her to return to Eden. She refuses. Winters takes him to Paris to study. Purchwell, seeking the Tupper fortune, turns his attention to Eve. Clarice is in a frenzy of affection spurned, and after finding the two alone she accuses them before the whole house party. Eve, in her innocence, does not readily grasp the meaning of the charge. When it dawns on her she faces the guests, and in her bitterness denounces them as tools of passion and greed, and announces that she will give up all and return to Eden. With old Winters, she returns. Adam is recalled from Paris, and the girl and the boy, now awake to their love, together with their beloved guardian, give up the world.
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The Scarlet Woman
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MovieMay 29, 1916

The Scarlet Woman

The Scarlet Woman is a lost 1916 silent film melodrama …
The Scarlet Woman is a lost 1916 silent film melodrama directed by Edmund Lawrence and starring Madame Olga Petrova. It was distributed by Metro Pictures, then a newly formed organization.
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Poor Little Peppina
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MovieMar 2, 1916

Poor Little Peppina

A little girl is kidnapped by the Mafia in revenge for her …
A little girl is kidnapped by the Mafia in revenge for her father's help in capturing one of the mobsters. She is presumed dead, but in reality is spirited away to Italy, where she is raised as the daughter of a kindly couple. When she is betrothed to the cruel padrone, she disguises herself as a boy and stows away to America, where she finds herself once again in the clutches of the mobster who originally kidnapped her. But this time luck and her own pluck are with her, and the tables are soon turned.
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1915
Just Out of College
MovieAug 1, 1915

Just Out of College

Edward Swinger contrives to win the hand of the lovely …
Edward Swinger contrives to win the hand of the lovely Caroline Pickering by selling her father his business - a business that doesn't actually exist.
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The Moonstone
MovieJun 21, 1915

The Moonstone

The story relates how a valuable diamond is stolen by an …
The story relates how a valuable diamond is stolen by an Englishman from the eye of an Indian idol. The Englishman, on his return to London, is pursued by three Indian priests in disguise whose object is to secure "The Moonstone" at all costs, as failing its recovery, the priests will lose caste. The Englishman, Hearncastle, is found drowned, presumably having been killed by the Indians. The diamond passes into possession of Franklin Blake, his friend. Blake is followed by a band of Indian magicians. He presents the diamond to his fiancée from whom it is stolen. A detective is called in. Another girl in love with Blake commits suicide and suspicion attaches to her, as she leaves a mysterious note for Blake. Subsequently, Blake finds the diamond in the possession of a money-lender. His fiancée, learning of the dead woman's attachment for Blake, quarrels with him. A doctor discovers that Blake walked in his sleep and took the diamond himself while in that state. The diamond was stolen from Blake while he was asleep and never recovered. The thief confessed and died, and Blake and his fiancée were reunited.
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The Lieutenant Governor
MovieJan 22, 1915

The Lieutenant Governor

Cook, a noble but weak …
Cook, a noble but weak character, proposes to Helen Rathbawn, daughter of the mill owner. She tells him she is sorry but she is betrothed to Barclay, the lieutenant governor. After her refusal he goes to pieces and tries to drown his sorrows in drink. Later, Dennis McGrath, the corrupt political boss, proposes to Helen. She is astonished and indignant at his audacity. He tells her she must marry him or he will make trouble in her father's mills. She orders the servants to throw him out of the house. McGrath brings about a strike at the mills. Because of his political power the police and governor fear to interfere when the workmen threaten the mills. Barclay tells Rathbawn to fight, declaring that neither McGrath nor the governor will aid him. The starving wives of the mill workers finally urge the men to go back to work. Through his political affiliations, McGrath causes an article to be published blaming the lieutenant governor for the whole affair. Barclay brings his fiancée to his office adjoining that of the governor. She goes into the governor's office where McGrath and the governor are conferring. She tells McGrath that she will accept him if he stops the strike. He agrees and orders the governor to halt it. Barclay has stationed a committee of women, wives of the workers, where they can hear all, to place the responsibility. They burst into the room and fairly mob McGrath. McGrath shortly before had plotted with some of his most desperate henchmen to kill Barclay and Rathbawn. Cook, who is drinking at the bar when the plot is made, follows the desperado who is bent on killing the lieutenant governor. While the women are attacking McGrath, he tries to shoot the lieutenant governor through the window. Cook wrests the revolver from his hand and kills the governor. He is arrested. He admits the shooting, declaring he loves both Miss Rathbawn and Barclay, who had once saved his life, and that he wants to make him governor so he can end the trouble.
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Eugene O'Brien
BirthNovember 1880

Eugene O'Brien

Eugene O'Brien was born.
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