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Frederick Vroom

  • Nov 11, 1857 - Jun 24, 1942 (age 84)
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1942
Frederick Vroom
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Frederick Vroom

Frederick Vroom passed away.
1930
The Poor Millionaire
MovieApr 7, 1930

The Poor Millionaire

A young millionaire's life is turned upside down when his twin …
A young millionaire's life is turned upside down when his twin brother, an escaped convict, begins to impersonate him.
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1928
The Terrible People
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MovieAug 5, 1928

The Terrible People

The Terrible People is a 1928 American adventure silent …
The Terrible People is a 1928 American adventure silent film serial directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet, based on the novel of the same name by Edgar Wallace. Most of the books of Edgar Wallace have been adapted into films many times over the years in both England in the 1930's, and in Germany in the 1960's in a series known as the crimis. The film is now considered to be lost.
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1926
The General
MovieDec 31, 1926

The General

Johnnie loves his train ("The General") and Annabelle …
Johnnie loves his train ("The General") and Annabelle Lee. When the Civil War begins he is turned down for service because he's more valuable as an engineer. Annabelle thinks it's because he's a coward. Union spies capture The General with Annabelle on board. Johnnie must rescue both his loves.
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Eyes Right!
MovieJun 29, 1926

Eyes Right!

Ted Winters was a famous fullback, but has hit hard times. He …
Ted Winters was a famous fullback, but has hit hard times. He takes a job at a military academy in hopes of landing a scholarship. He also hopes to win the commandant's beautiful niece Betty. Cadet Major Snodgrass is also after Betty, and this causes problems for Ted and Betty.
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1925
Idaho
MovieMar 1, 1925

Idaho

Idaho was a 1925 American Western film serial directed …
Idaho was a 1925 American Western film serial directed by Robert F. Hill. The film is considered to be lost.
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1924
The Navigator
MovieOct 13, 1924

The Navigator

Rollo decides to marry his sweetheart Betsy and sail to …
Rollo decides to marry his sweetheart Betsy and sail to Honolulu. When she rejects him he decides to go alone but boards the wrong ship, the "Navigator" owned by Betsy's father. Unaware of this, Betsy boards the ship to look for her father. whom spies capture before cutting the ship loose. It drifts out to sea with the two socialites each unaware of there being anyone else on board.
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His Hour
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MovieSep 29, 1924

His Hour

His Hour is a 1924 American silent drama film directed by King …
His Hour is a 1924 American silent drama film directed by King Vidor. This film was the follow-up to Samuel Goldwyn's Three Weeks, written by Elinor Glyn, and starring Aileen Pringle, one of the biggest moneymakers at the time of the amalgamation.
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The Reckless Age
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MovieJun 9, 1924

The Reckless Age

The Reckless Age is a 1924 silent film comedy-drama directed …
The Reckless Age is a 1924 silent film comedy-drama directed by Harry A. Pollard and starring Reginald Denny. It was produced and distributed by Universal Pictures. It is based on the novel Love Insurance by Earl Derr Biggers and is a remake of an earlier Paramount film Love Insurance (1919), now lost.
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Sporting Youth
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MovieFeb 4, 1924

Sporting Youth

Sporting Youth is a 1924 silent film comedy directed by Harry S. …
Sporting Youth is a 1924 silent film comedy directed by Harry S. Pollard and starring Reginald Denny. It was produced and distributed by the Universal Pictures.
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Phantom Justice
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MovieFeb 1, 1924

Phantom Justice

Phantom Justice is a 1924 American crime film directed …
Phantom Justice is a 1924 American crime film directed by Richard Thomas and written by Burnett Manley. The film stars Rod La Rocque, Garry O'Dell, Kathryn McGuire, Frederick Vroom, Lillian Leighton and Frederick Moore. The film was released on February 17, 1924, by Film Booking Offices of America.
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1923
The Acquittal
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MovieNov 19, 1923

The Acquittal

When a wealthy man is found murdered in his bedroom, …
When a wealthy man is found murdered in his bedroom, one of his two adopted sons is arrested and charged with the killing. However, the verdict at his trial is an acquittal. Since the police don't seem to be particularly interested in finding the real killer, the dead man's daughter-in-law--the wife of the adopted son who wasn't charged--takes it upon herself to solve the crime.
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The Day of Faith
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MovieOct 21, 1923

The Day of Faith

The Day of Faith is a 1923 American silent drama film …
The Day of Faith is a 1923 American silent drama film directed by Tod Browning. The film is considered to be lost.
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The Tiger's Claw
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MovieMar 18, 1923

The Tiger's Claw

The Tiger's Claw is a 1923 American drama silent film …
The Tiger's Claw is a 1923 American drama silent film directed by Joseph Henabery, written by Jack Cunningham, and starring Jack Holt, Eva Novak, George Periolat, Bertram Grassby, Aileen Pringle and Carl Stockdale. It was released on March 18, 1923, by Paramount Pictures.
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1922
A Tailor-Made Man
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MovieAug 1, 1922

A Tailor-Made Man

John Paul Bart is mistaken for the arbitrator in a big steamship …
John Paul Bart is mistaken for the arbitrator in a big steamship labor case when in actuality he is a lowly pants presser. When the truth comes out, he proves that he is not merely an impostor but a young man of promise. He sets out to win legitimately the position he had held by mistake.
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The Woman Who Walked Alone
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MovieJun 11, 1922

The Woman Who Walked Alone

The Woman Who Walked …
The Woman Who Walked Alone is a 1922 American silent drama film directed by George Melford and written by John Colton and Will M. Ritchey. The film stars Dorothy Dalton, Milton Sills, E. J. Ratcliffe, Wanda Hawley, Frederick Vroom, Mayme Kelso, and John Davidson. The film was released on June 11, 1922, by Paramount Pictures.
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The Primitive Lover
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MovieMay 1, 1922

The Primitive Lover

A free-spirited girl is caught between her love for her …
A free-spirited girl is caught between her love for her husband and her attraction to a handsome adventurer.
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The Lane That Had No Turning
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MovieJan 8, 1922

The Lane That Had No Turning

Louis Racine has inherited …
Louis Racine has inherited great wealth and married famed singer Madelinette, whom he passionately loves. But Louis carries a pair of secrets: his wealth may be taken from him if a contradictory will is found, and his health is deteriorating from a disease which will slowly turn him into a grotesquely deformed figure. Terrified that the truth will come out, Louis dares anything to prevent the loss of his riches and true love... even if it means he must kill the man who might be the rightful inheritor.
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1921
The Millionaire
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MovieNov 14, 1921

The Millionaire

On the morning that Simon Fisher dismisses him, Jack Norman, …
On the morning that Simon Fisher dismisses him, Jack Norman, who has fallen in love with Kate Blair, the bookkeeper, is notified that he has fallen heir to $80 million, the estate of murdered financier Silas Gyde, who once loved Norman's mother. Kate decides that she will not marry Jack until she can see what effect sudden wealth will have upon him. After many adventures, Jack discovers that the gang that murdered Silas is after him, and he persuades an actor friend to pose as the heir, while he acts as secretary. His friend Bobo is vamped by Marion, a female gang member, who marries, then tries to rob, Bobo; but Jack arrives with the police and captures the entire gang.
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The Heart Line
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MovieJun 5, 1921

The Heart Line

When the partner of Oliver Payson, a wealthy businessman, is …
When the partner of Oliver Payson, a wealthy businessman, is killed in a railroad accident, his young son is placed in Oliver's custody. Payson eventually loses touch with the boy, and now--20 years later--he begins a search for him. Unable to turn up a trace, he finally tries a medium, Madame Spoll, who has a secret she doesn't want anyone to find out--she's a phony. Oliver's daughter Clytie falls in love with a "clairvoyant" named Francis Granthorpe, who has his own secret.
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White and Unmarried
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MovieMay 29, 1921

White and Unmarried

When an underworld figure inherits a fortune, he goes straight …
When an underworld figure inherits a fortune, he goes straight and endeavors to become a respectable businessman. But on a trip to Paris, he encounters a few not-so-honest types who think he is ripe for picking.
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The Faith Healer
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MovieMar 13, 1921

The Faith Healer

A traveling preacher has, through his faith, the power to heal, …
A traveling preacher has, through his faith, the power to heal, but loses it when he falls in love.
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1920
813
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MovieNov 14, 1920

813

Robert Castleback is in possession of secret papers which could …
Robert Castleback is in possession of secret papers which could bring a certain prince to power under conditions which would make Castleback a ruling force in Europe. Master crook Arsene Lupin becomes aware of Castleback's bid for power and, in the interests of France, begins a search for the plans. At the same time, German agents are looking for the same papers. When Castleback is found murdered in his apartments with Lupin's visiting card pinned to his breast, suspicion points to the master crook. Following Castleback's murder, his secretary and a hotel porter are found dead. By mysterious messages, Lupin informs the public that he is innocent of the crimes, although the authorities believe him to be guilty. Lupin thereupon sets out to solve the mystery himself. By impersonating an officer of the law and dodging his enemies successfully, he aids the police in catching the real criminal and, after making his identity known, escapes the net thrown out for him.
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The Great Lover
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MovieNov 1, 1920

The Great Lover

The Great Lover released.
The Marriage Pit
MovieOct 18, 1920

The Marriage Pit

The Marriage Pit released.
The Misfit Wife
MovieJul 19, 1920

The Misfit Wife

The Misfit Wife released.
A Tokyo Siren
MovieJun 1, 1920

A Tokyo Siren

A Tokyo Siren (also known as A Tokio Siren) is a 1920 …
A Tokyo Siren (also known as A Tokio Siren) is a 1920 American silent drama film directed by Norman Dawn and starring Tsuru Aoki, Jack Livingston, Goro Kino, Toyo Fujita and Arthur Jasmine. The film was based on Gwendolyn Logan's story "Cayonara."
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The Six Best Cellars
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MovieFeb 8, 1920

The Six Best Cellars

The Six Best Cellars is a lost 1920 American silent comedy film …
The Six Best Cellars is a lost 1920 American silent comedy film directed by Donald Crisp and starring Bryant Washburn and Wanda Hawley. It was produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures.
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The Triflers
MovieJan 12, 1920

The Triflers

The Triflers is a 1920 American drama film directed by …
The Triflers is a 1920 American drama film directed by Christy Cabanne and starring Edith Roberts, David Butler, and Forrest Stanley. It was released on January 12, 1920.
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The Prince of Avenue A
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MovieJan 11, 1920

The Prince of Avenue A

Barry O'Connor, son of …
Barry O'Connor, son of Patrick O'Connor, plumber and political power, is called to the residence of William Tompkins whom he is to "put over" in the coming election.
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1919
The Beloved Cheater
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MovieDec 1, 1919

The Beloved Cheater

Beautiful young Eulalie Morgan belongs to a strange group …
Beautiful young Eulalie Morgan belongs to a strange group called "The Anti-Kiss Cult" and refuses to kiss her fiancée, Kingdon Challoner. At a dinner party one night Kingdon asks his friend, playboy Bruce Sands, for advice. Sands proposes have him steal a kiss from Eulalie in the dark and then quickly disappear, to be replaced by Kingdon, whom Eulalie will believe has kissed her. However, things go south when Eulalie discovers it wasn't Kingdon but Bruce who kissed her, and announces that she has fallen in love with Bruce and breaks up with Kingdon. Complications ensue.
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Upstairs
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MovieAug 3, 1919

Upstairs

A young woman works in the scullery of a grand hotel, and …
A young woman works in the scullery of a grand hotel, and dreams of a life among its fashionable patrons.
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The Island of Intrigue
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MovieApr 7, 1919

The Island of Intrigue

The Island of Intrigue is a …
The Island of Intrigue is a lost 1919 American silent drama film, directed by Henry Otto. It stars May Allison, Jack Mower, and Frederick Vroom, and was released on April 7, 1919.
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Secret Marriage
MovieFeb 9, 1919

Secret Marriage

Daughter of a small town police lieutenant, Mary MacLaren …
Daughter of a small town police lieutenant, Mary MacLaren tells her story while on the witness stand for drunkenness and attempted suicide. Mary's friend Helen, the daughter of the police captain, persuades Mary to do things against her better judgment. After Mary inadvertently sips spiked punch, she puts the house key in her coat pocket and then loans the coat to a friend who decides to get married at once. The coat is not returned, and without her key, Mary stays out all night. She is caught by the police, led by her father, in a hotel room with a man. Finally, Mary manages to unravel the chain of circumstantial evidence that had threatened her good reputation.
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1918
She Hired a Husband
MovieDec 16, 1918

She Hired a Husband

She Hired a Husband released.
Restitution
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MovieMay 12, 1918

Restitution

"The picture discloses the perfect man and woman in Eden, …
"The picture discloses the perfect man and woman in Eden, and the tempation of Mother Eve [Lois Gardner] by Lucifer [Al Ernest Garcia]. Many episodes are then presented showing how Satan, ...
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I Love You
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MovieJan 13, 1918

I Love You

I Love You is a lost 1918 silent film drama directed by Walter …
I Love You is a lost 1918 silent film drama directed by Walter Edwards and starring Alma Rubens. The film was produced and distributed by Triangle Film Corporation.
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Betty Takes a Hand
MovieJan 6, 1918

Betty Takes a Hand

Discovering that her father, Peter Marshall, had been …
Discovering that her father, Peter Marshall, had been defrauded by a business partner named James Bartlett, Betty goes to Los Angeles to visit her aunt, Mrs. Hamilton Haines, whose late husband had a hand in ruining Peter. Tom, Bartlett's son, has arranged a yachting trip for Mrs. Haines and her daughter Ida, and Ida, deciding that her cousin is too pretty to come along, persuades Betty to stay behind. Tom, on the way to the yacht after a quarrel with his father, passes the Haines mansion and, noticing a sign advertising room and board, stops. Meeting Betty who is posing as Miss Haines, Tom moves in and falls in love with his landlady. When Betty accidentally meets Tom's father, the old man is so captivated that he offers her $5,000 to marry his son. After Tom and Betty are married, when both fathers discover their in-laws' true identities they are first indignant but later are reconciled.
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1917
The Gown of Destiny
MovieDec 30, 1917

The Gown of Destiny

The Gown of Destiny released.
New York Luck
MovieDec 17, 1917

New York Luck

New York Luck released.
1916
The Jungle Child
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MovieOct 1, 1916

The Jungle Child

After her family dies in the jungle, Ollante is raised by Brazilian …
After her family dies in the jungle, Ollante is raised by Brazilian Indians, and, from her rugged lifestyle, she grows into a woman of uncommon strength and courage. Then, she rescues Ridgeway Webb, an explorer lost in the wilderness, and he soon discovers, through papers left on Ollante by her parents, that she is worth a fortune. As a result, the unscrupulous Ridgeway starts courting Ollante, and after she has fallen in love with him, he marries her and brings her to New York. At a society party, however, which Ridgeway turns into a drunken orgy, Ollante hears her husband boast of his cunning in catching a millionaire for a wife. Suddenly aware of his motives, Ollante takes off her American high society outfit, puts on her jungle costume, and strangles Ridgeway.
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The Invisible Enemy
MovieApr 3, 1916

The Invisible Enemy

The Invisible Enemy released.
1915
Love's Rescue
MovieAug 2, 1915

Love's Rescue

Love's Rescue released.
A Gentleman of Leisure
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MovieMar 1, 1915

A Gentleman of Leisure

A Gentleman of Leisure is a …
A Gentleman of Leisure is a surviving 1915 American silent comedy film produced by Jesse Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures. It stars stage veteran Wallace Eddinger. The film is based on the novel A Gentleman of Leisure by P. G. Wodehouse and 1911 Broadway play adapted by Wodehouse and John Stapleton. A young actor named Douglas Fairbanks was a cast member in the play several years before beginning a film career. This film survives in the Library of Congress.
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1914
They Who Dig Pits
MovieMar 24, 1914

They Who Dig Pits

Angered that his insolent advances toward Margy should be …
Angered that his insolent advances toward Margy should be resented, Jebson, moonshiner, enters upon a systematic robbery of Josiah's still. Being caught, Jebson is by Josiah vigorously forced to return all of the stolen liquor. Jebson, infuriated, vows vengeance. Burying his own still, Jebson puts a revenue officer on Josiah's trail, but is in a most clever way outwitted by Hal, whom Margy favors. Not satisfied, Jebson unearths his own still, points same out to the revenue officer and lays the responsibility upon the shoulders of Josiah. Evil is at the height of its triumph when there comes a sudden turn of events that sends Jebson staggering into his own pit.
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What the Crystal Told
MovieJan 18, 1914

What the Crystal Told

Jane, a young girl employed …
Jane, a young girl employed in a department store, attended a public dance, and there met Dan Mullen, a ward heeler. Dan paid considerable attention to her and made a great impression upon her. Jane at first refused to take anything but soft drinks, but finally Dan prevailed upon her to drink liquor and soon she entered into the spirit of the evening. Early the next morning, weary and disillusioned, she crept back to her home, but her father ordered her away, never to return. Separated from her family the girl appealed to Dan, but he laughed at her heartlessly and told him it was none of his concern. The years sped by, and the ward heeler became the boss of his party. His elevation to the proud position was accompanied by acts which were distinctly dishonest, and an alert district attorney strove to secure evidence that would bring him to justice. Several of Dan's henchmen were convicted and sent to prison, and the Boss became seriously worried. His mind was naturally superstitious, and he decided to consult a Hindoo fortune teller. He did not recognize the veiled figure in the darkened room, but the Mystic, none other than the little shop girl of years ago, knew him instantly. She realized that in his frightened condition she could easily worm out his secrets, and told him to call the next day. At the next séance the mystic told the Boss many wonderful things, and, before he suspected it, he told her secrets which would send him to prison if known to the district attorney. Then she told him to gaze into a large crystal ball, and as he looked, scene after scene appeared, showing the suffering he had caused Jane. The last scene in the crystal showed him looking at a crystal, a gypsy beside him. She threw off her veil and he recognized Jane. With a cry of alarm he sprang to his feet and confronted the gypsy, who had thrown off her veil and gazed at him with a mocking smile. He turned to flee from the house, but detectives burst in from the adjoining room and placed him under arrest. To his horror he learned that a dictograph had been placed in concealment and every word he had said had been taken down by a stenographer. It meant a long term in prison to him, but to the woman who watched him triumphantly, it meant revenge.
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A Ticket to Red Horse Gulch
MovieJan 11, 1914

A Ticket to Red Horse Gulch

Jack Oliver, who was a …
Jack Oliver, who was a telephone lineman in a large city, had a disagreement with his superior and was discharged. He had never been able to save much money and when, after several weeks of earnest searching he found no work, the situation began to look serious. The opportunity knocked, for Jack found a railway ticket on the street, and in spite of diligent effort, was unable to return it to its owner. The ticket read to Red Horse Gulch, a mining town in the city, so, determined to have a tilt with fate he took the ticket and set out for the mining town. An old miner, Bill Salter, was in need of a man to help him with his claim. Laborers were scarce, and he finally chanced upon Jack Oliver. The "Tenderfoot" proved to be a good worker, and developed into a miner of no mean ability. Molly Salter, the miner's daughter, who had charge of the little telephone exchange at Red Gulch, became a warm friend to the young man. Gold was discovered on Bill Salter's claim, but before it could be properly registered, "claim jumpers" seized it and sent one of their number on a swift horse to town. When Salter and Jack discovered the intruders they learned that the men's confederate would reach Red Horse Gulch in half an hour. The roads were rough and the distance to town could not be covered in less than two hours, and yet the seemingly impossible was accomplished, for Jack managed with the aid of Molly to file the claim and outwit the desperadoes.
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Ruy Blas
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MovieJan 1, 1914

Ruy Blas

The scene is laid in Madrid at the Spanish Court at the close of …
The scene is laid in Madrid at the Spanish Court at the close of the seventeenth century. Victor Hugo, as he himself states in his preface to the play, intended it to be in a measure symbolic of those troublesome times, when the throne was held by a weakling, a defective, the last of a long line of degenerate rulers, and the kingdom itself was a prey to the cupidity of the nobles. The three leading male characters Victor Hugo meant to personify were the three contending forces in the tottering kingdom: Don Sallusto, the unprincipled covetous element; Don Caesar, the adventurous but still chivalrous element; and Ruy Blas, the People, who still revered the Crown. As for the story of the play itself, it may he briefly stated. Ruy Blas is a poet reduced by poverty to the position of lackey to the unscrupulous Don Sallusto, who, at the opening of the play, is banished by the Queen for refusing to marry a serving-maid whom he had betrayed. Ruy Blas is secretly in love with the Queen, and Don Sallusto on learning this, wishing to be avenged for his disgrace at Court, palms off on the nobles, the Queen and Ruy Blas, his servant, who is disguised as the adventurer Don Caesar de Bazan, a cousin who returns unexpectedly to Madrid, and with whom be surreptitiously makes away. The ruse succeeds so well, against the wishes of the noble-hearted Ruy Blas, that he becomes the Queen's favorite and her Prime Minister. At the moment when he reaches the limit of his power Don Sallusto returns, relieves him of his office and takes his vengeance on the Queen by disclosing to her the fact that her favorite is none other than his lackey. Ruy Blas resents this insult to the Queen and kills his master. The Queen refuses to pardon the luckless poet for the part he has played in this deception, and Ruy Blas takes his life. At the last moment the Queen relents and pardons him, and he dies happy in the knowledge that the Queen loved him and has forgiven him.
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1913
Romance and Duty
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MovieDec 15, 1913

Romance and Duty

Romance and Duty released.
The Helping Hand
MovieDec 6, 1913

The Helping Hand

Embittered by his wife's death, caused by a fever she had …
Embittered by his wife's death, caused by a fever she had contracted while working in the slums, Edmund Lortimer is opposed to all charity. When Ethel, his only daughter, marries the man she loves, Lortimer casts her out. A few years later, Ethel's husband dies and Ethel appeals to her father for aid. She sends her father a picture of herself and little baby girl, whom she has named Jessie. Lortimer refuses to aid her, and Ethel in despair, leaves the baby on the doorstep of an orphan home. Remorse comes to Lortimer when he reads an account in the newspaper that his daughter's body had been found in the river, and although he searches diligently, he cannot find her. All he has to remind him of his lost daughter is a picture of Ethel and her child. At the Orphan's home Jessie has been cared for by Ellen, a child a few years older. Lortimer's health has declined, and at his physician's advice he consents to adopt a child. The doctor goes to the Orphan's home, where Ellen and Jessie are brought out for his inspection. He finally decides upon Ellen. During the days that follow, Ellen does not forget Jessie. Knowing Lortimer's objections against charity, she secretly sends Jessie to school. At college they both scrimp along on Jessie's allowance. Trouble comes when they find that Jessie must have a delicate operation performed on her eyes. Ellen sells her furs and jewels to procure the necessary funds. Later, Ellen secretes Jessie in her own room at Lortimer's house. A prying servant tells Lortimer of the presence of "the object of charity" in Ellen's room, Lortimer is about to order Jessie from the house, when he discovers that she is his granddaughter. When he hears the story of the two girls his faith in charity is restored.
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1912
The Forest Rose
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MovieNov 29, 1912

The Forest Rose

Part One: Forester and Maywood, two wealthy neighbor …
Part One: Forester and Maywood, two wealthy neighbor planters, volunteered their services to defend their country when the war of the Revolution broke out. Forester was made colonel of his regiment, while Maywood became a captain. The men mortgaged their plantations and gave the benefits to the government, which was hard pressed for funds. Colonel Forester was mortally wounded at the battle of Cowpens, but before he passed away, Captain Maywood promised that he would care for Forester's motherless little girl. Maywood's family at the close of the war was so penniless that the government gave them 1,000 acres of land, which at that time was known as the Northwestern Territory, and into this land journeyed the family. As the years went by Albert, one of Maywood's sons, fell in love with Rose Forester. Albert continually cautioned his father against the invasion of the Indians, but the elder man was opinionated and declared that there was no danger. One day when Albert and his friend, Louis Wetzel, returned from a hunting trip they found that Maywood's cabin had been destroyed by fire by the Indians, and apparently all of its occupants, with the exception of Rose, whom Wetzel, by virtue of his woodcraft, determined had been carried off by the Indians. Part Two: Albert Maywood vows that he will avenge the death of his parents and will rescue the abducted Rose. He and Wetzel set out and track the Indians. They rescue Rose, but the trio encounter another band of Indians, who capture Albert and Rose, Wetzel being successful in making his escape. Albert, however, by his cleverness soon effects his escape, and he and Wetzel go in search of Rose. In their wanderings they come upon a small fort upon the banks of the Hockhocking River, the commandant of which is in fear of an attack from the Wyandottes. Albert and Wetzel go on a reconnoitering expedition for the commandant, and from a place called Standing Stone they observe the Indian village far below. As their canteens are nearly empty, Albert takes them to a nearby stream to refill them, and there he meets two women, apparently Indians. Fearing that they will give the alarm, he grapples with them, and in the course of the struggle he discovers that one of them is his "Forest Rose." The real Indian woman escapes, spreads the alarm, and hundreds of Indians surround Standing Stone. While the two men are planning the defense Rose slips away, but returns, aids the white men to pass the sentries and escapes with them. The trio are followed, but after many hardships reach the fort, where Albert and the "Forest Rose" are married.
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1880
Florence Vroom
Marriage1880

Florence Vroom

Married Florence Vroom.
1857
Frederick Vroom
BirthNovember 1857

Frederick Vroom

Frederick Vroom was born.
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