American Actress

Lillian Worth

  • Jun 24, 1884 - Feb 23, 1952 (age 67)
  • 5' 8" (1.73 m)
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1952
Lillian Worth
PersonalFebruary 1952

Lillian Worth

Lillian Worth passed away.
1936
Private Number
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MovieJun 5, 1936

Private Number

A maid secretly marries the son of her wealthy boss.
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1931
The Fighting Sheriff
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MovieMay 15, 1931

The Fighting Sheriff

A dying Jack makes Bob and Flash promise not to tell his sister …
A dying Jack makes Bob and Flash promise not to tell his sister that he was an outlaw. When Bob confronts Flash with his muffler found at the stage holdup, Flash tells Mary that Bob killed her brother. Believing he can now marry Mary, he plans one more robbery. But the jealous Tiana overhears and runs for the Sheriff.
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Other Men's Women
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MovieJan 17, 1931

Other Men's Women

Events take an unhappy turn for two Bill and Jack, two …
Events take an unhappy turn for two Bill and Jack, two locomotive engineers, after Bill is attracted to his best friend's wife.
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1929
Tarzan the Tiger
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MovieDec 9, 1929

Tarzan the Tiger

After Tarzan's estate is destroyed by Arabs Jane is sold into …
After Tarzan's estate is destroyed by Arabs Jane is sold into slavery by a man posing as a friendly scientist. Tarzan develops amnesia after a blow to the head. When he recovers his memory (from a later blow) he defeats the villain, recovers the fabulous jewels of Opar, and rescues Jane.
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Stairs of Sand
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MovieJun 8, 1929

Stairs of Sand

Stairs of Sand is a 1929 American silent Western starring …
Stairs of Sand is a 1929 American silent Western starring Wallace Beery, Jean Arthur and Phillips Holmes, made by Paramount Pictures, directed by Otto Brower, and written by Agnes Brand Leahy, Sam Mintz and J. Walter Ruben, based on a novel by Zane Grey. The supporting cast features Fred Kohler and Chester Conklin.
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1927
On the Stroke of Twelve
MovieNov 1, 1927

On the Stroke of Twelve

On the Stroke of Twelve released.
Upstream
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MovieJan 30, 1927

Upstream

Among the residents of a theatrical boarding house is the last …
Among the residents of a theatrical boarding house is the last member of a once great acting family, down on his luck. When an offer to star in a London "Hamlet" comes, he takes lessons from a faded former star, and goes on to huge success as he forgets his old friends.
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1926
Clara Cleans Her Teeth
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MovieJun 19, 1926

Clara Cleans Her Teeth

Clara stands outside the …
Clara stands outside the playground watching the other children play. A teacher invites her in and she has lunch with the others; when one of the kids advises her not to eat so fast, she explains she must do so because the food hurts her teeth. After lunch the children are asked to line up so that they may brush their teeth together, but Clara has no idea what to do. The other children are amazed and tell her her teeth look terrible, calling her Snaggle Tooth Susan. She goes home and tells her parents, who order her to go see the dentist. That night, she dreams that two toothbrushes and a cup come to visit her to lecture her on oral hygiene. She learns the error of her ways.
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Rustlers' Ranch
MovieApr 11, 1926

Rustlers' Ranch

Rustlers' Ranch is a 1926 American silent western film …
Rustlers' Ranch is a 1926 American silent western film directed by Clifford Smith and starring Art Acord, Olive Hasbrouck and Duke R. Lee.
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1921
The Adventures of Tarzan
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MovieDec 1, 1921

The Adventures of Tarzan

Tarzan spurns the love of La, …
Tarzan spurns the love of La, Queen of Opar. When he isn't trying to keep the Bolshevik Rokoff and Clayton (pretender to the Greystoke estate) from reaching Opar, he is attacked simultaneously by two lions, dropped into a pit when a volcano splits the ground, nearly sacrificed by sun worshipers, and so on.
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The Foolish Age
MovieOct 16, 1921

The Foolish Age

The Foolish Age released.
The Lady from Longacre
MovieOct 2, 1921

The Lady from Longacre

The Lady from Longacre released.
The Girl with the Jazz Heart
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MovieJan 7, 1921

The Girl with the Jazz Heart

The Girl with the Jazz Heart …
The Girl with the Jazz Heart is a 1921 American silent comedy film directed by Lawrence C. Windom and written by Philip Lonergan and George Mooser. The film stars Madge Kennedy, Joe King, Pierre Gendron, William Walcott, Helen Dubois, and Robert Vaughn. It was released on January 7, 1921, by Goldwyn Pictures.
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1920
The Shadow of Rosalie Byrnes
MovieApr 12, 1920

The Shadow of Rosalie Byrnes

The Shadow of Rosalie Byrnes released.
In Search of a Sinner
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MovieMar 7, 1920

In Search of a Sinner

Living a life of boredom with …
Living a life of boredom with her angelic first husband, young widow Georgiana Chadbourne begins her "search for a sinner" once her period of mourning ends. While staying at her ...
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1918
Erville Alderson
Marriage1918

Erville Alderson

By 1925, the couple were divorced.
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1915
Her Atonement
MovieSep 20, 1915

Her Atonement

Her Atonement released.
A Shattered Romance
MovieSep 13, 1915

A Shattered Romance

A Shattered Romance released.
Unfounded Jealousy
MovieMay 1, 1915

Unfounded Jealousy

Phyllis Grey loves her husband fervently, and is in turn …
Phyllis Grey loves her husband fervently, and is in turn idolized by him. Her highly sensitive nature is also a highly suspicious one, tortured by her love to question and doubt upon the merest shadow of provocation. When her sister writes and announces her intention to visit them, Phyllis becomes immediately uneasy. This uneasiness is kept in check only by the greatest exercise of her will, and becomes uncontrollable when, later, she sees her sister and her husband in secret and earnest conversation. In reality, this conversation concerns a difficulty her husband is in, and out of which her sister is trying to help him. Goaded to jealous rage at what she fancies to be her husband's infidelity and her sister's disloyalty, she decides on a desperate measure to rid her home of her imagined rival. Stealing out to the corral, she cuts the check line of a fiery mount her sister usually rides, cuts it so that the first strain will sever it and leave the rider helpless. Her jealousy quickly turns to concern when she sees her own daughter set up beside her sister on the restless horse. Before she can recover from the shock they have galloped off. Quickly she runs to her husband, and tells him what her frightful jealousy has led her to do. On foot, and hopelessly, they follow horse and riders. Breathlessly they come to the edge of a deep ravine, where they find their daughter miraculously saved, but know that the sister has vanished headlong over the cliff with the madly galloping horse. Almost dead she is picked up and carried home, where for weeks she lies unconscious before starting to convalesce. But Phyllis has learned well her lesson, and faithfully promises herself never again to allow her unfounded jealousy to overbalance her reason.
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1914
The World at War
MovieOct 1, 1914

The World at War

A pilot catches spies and shoots Zeppelins with new skyguns.
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The Black Cross Gang
MovieSep 1, 1914

The Black Cross Gang

A gang kidnap a doctor for a safe's combination and he is saved …
A gang kidnap a doctor for a safe's combination and he is saved by a gypsy girl.
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Bungling Bunk's Bunco
MovieAug 17, 1914

Bungling Bunk's Bunco

Bunks, the unfortunate hero …
Bunks, the unfortunate hero and would-be Teddy Roosevelt, is shown to be a fraud as a "great hunter" after it's found out that he faked a photograph showing him triumphantly having killed a lion. So Bunks decides to go abroad to pursue a real lion, but there he finds lions pursuing him instead. A native princess saves Bunks from a lion's clutches, but the princess then pursues Bunks home to America with a captive lion and releases the lion at Bunks' welcome-home party. The party guests take refuge on the roof and Bunks has to make amends to avoid a disaster.
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The Pearl of the Punjab
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MovieJul 11, 1914

The Pearl of the Punjab

While on a hunting trip in …
While on a hunting trip in North India, George Hamilton and his daughter Sarah find a native hut in which a woman has just died. Her little daughter, crying beside her mother's body, touches the heart of the man and he takes her to his home in Calcutta. She grows up into a most beautiful young girl, but is used as a servant by Sarah Hamilton. Captain Carruthers, a doctor in the British army, is engaged to Sarah and on his calls at her house is very kind to the little orphan, Aissa. This is so different to the treatment she is used to, that she expresses a deep devotion that will last as long as she lives. Sarah is of a very cold disposition and, though engaged to Carruthers, does not seem to care very much for him. She strikes Aissa in a fit of temper and the doctor reproves her for it. To makes him jealous she flirts with one of the officers of the regiment. She discovers that this officer is very rich and throws Carruthers over to try to win him Carruthers, suffering from a fever, sees Sarah flirting and in a fit of temper strikes his superior officer, badly wounding him. Some of the soldiers see the scene and report to the commander, who orders Carruthers' arrest. Aissa tries to persuade Carruthers to escape, but he refuses. She puts one of the native drugs in a glass of water he has asked for. and as he becomes unconscious has him carried off by some of his native servants to whom she has explained his predicament. They take him to the mountains where he regains his strength, but is afraid to return on account of his action. Sarah achieves her purpose and marries the rich officer, Colonel Allen. On a hunting trip later, the Colonel is seized by an attack of appendicitis. The party do not know what to do, as they are very far from medical aid. A native beater tells them of a wonderful man who lives in the next valley, who has been healing all the natives who have been sick. They decide to take the Colonel to him as a last resort. They ride off without waiting for Mrs. Allen. On their arrival at Carruthers' hut none of the party recognizes him and Carruthers does not recognize the Colonel, as he has grown a beard to hide the scar given him in the fight. Carruthers consents to perform the operation. Just after he has started Mrs. Allen (Sarah) rushes in. She recognizes Carruthers and he finds out for the first time on whom he is operating. He is very much tempted to let the Colonel die, but Aissa brings him to his senses. He finishes the operation and pronounces it successful. The Colonel regains consciousness and, recognizing Carruthers, starts to sit up. The movement causes a bleeding in the wound and his death, not, however, before he begs Carruthers' forgiveness. Sarah does not seem to mind the death of her husband and asks Carruthers to return to civilization with her and be as he was before. Carruthers spurns her request, and turning to Aissa proclaims that he will make her his bride as she has shown that she is a much better woman that any other he has ever met.
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When London Sleeps
MovieJul 1, 1914

When London Sleeps

A captain tries to kill an heiress by fire but she escapes across …
A captain tries to kill an heiress by fire but she escapes across telephone wires.
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Queen of the Counterfeiters
MovieJul 1, 1914

Queen of the Counterfeiters

Miss Lillian Howard is the …
Miss Lillian Howard is the queen of a clever gang of counterfeiters, who are just about completing a new bank note. The following day she receives $3,000 of the bad money, and proceeds to the race track to dispose of it, accompanied by one of the gang. They both bet heavily in order to change the bills, and after making a big haul leave the track. Before leaving the queen approaches an elderly gentleman and asks him to change a bill of a large denomination for her, which he does. He proceeds to bet this bill, and after the races, when the bookmakers discover the bad bill, the elderly gentleman is accused of floating counterfeit money, and is taken to the police station. The old man turns to one side, removes his wig and mustache, and then faces his accusers. They start, for before them stands Dick Garter, the famous detective. He informs the police captain of the incident concerning the young lady who gave him the bad bill. Dick Garter returns to his office, where he finds a letter from the chief of police, asking him to go after this band of counterfeiters, who are so clever that they have managed to escape all detection. While on the trail Dick Garter sees the queen of the counterfeiters. He follows her to the house of the crooks, but is discovered by one of the gang and trapped. He is knocked unconscious and tied up in a bag and thrown into the river. He manages to escape from the water, and after a scrap with one of the counterfeiters learns that the heads of the gang have gone for a cruise to parts unknown. He gets aboard the vessel and hides in the hold, but is discovered, bound and gagged, but he severs his bonds with a lighted candle which the counterfeiters left behind. When one of the crew comes down into the hold, the detective springs on him, forces him to change clothes, and in this manner manages to follow the queen to the hotel where she is going to reside. He disguises himself as an old handsome gentleman, and forms an acquaintance with the queen and her accomplice. He plays the part of the easy mark and manages to secure more bad bills for evidence. The three attend a concert, and at the close of the affair Dick Garter has both of them arrested.
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The Water Rats of London
MovieJun 1, 1914

The Water Rats of London

A Black Cross Gang woman …
A Black Cross Gang woman returns a doctor's kidnapped daughter when he saves her own child from a fire.
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Where the Heart Calls
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MovieFeb 19, 1914

Where the Heart Calls

Edwin Drake meets, at a …
Edwin Drake meets, at a summer resort, Ruth Borden, a charming and heartless adventuress. Deceived as to her true character, he is cleverly ensnared by the designing woman, who intends to use his affection for her as a means to secure money from him. Their engagement is announced and too late the dupe finds out the woman's true character. At the cost of most of his money he buys freedom from her and goes to a little farm which he owns in the country, sick at heart and poor in pocket. Beth, the daughter of a wealthy neighbor, becomes acquainted with Drake by chance, and there springs up in them a mutual interest in one another. Mr. Andrews, seeing his daughter, for whom he has higher plans, in conversation with the roughly clad stranger, is surprised and annoyed. His annoyance is not lessened when his friend, Dr. Wilson, who is visiting him, tells him that the stranger is a dear friend of his and so introduces the young farmer, and the haughty man of wealth to one another. At her father's wish, Beth avoids, but cannot forget, the handsome young neighbor. In the meantime, Weston, the accomplice of Ruth, gambles away the money extorted from Drake by the girl, and makes free even with the woman's jewelry in order to get funds to satisfy his passion. Two weeks later Drake, while working in the fields, suffers a sun stroke and takes to his bed, seriously ill. His condition growing worse, his little sister goes to the nearest house for help. She finds Beth giving a lawn party, and telling her of her trouble and anxiety, easily persuades her to come home with her and give her the assistance she needs. When Drake, a few days later, is able to be up again, he writes Beth, tells her that he is poor, but that he loves her, and asks her to meet him that evening at the rustic bridge. Beth, feeling the call of her heart stronger than the admonitions of her father, responds to the note in person, and then and there promises to marry him, the wedding taking place a few days later. In the meanwhile, Weston's losses at the gambling table have made him desperate and it occurs to Beth and him that they may be able to get additional money from Drake. At once they start to plan with that end in view. Beth at first charmed with the novelty of her new home, soon finds the drudgery of her household tasks irksome, and when her society friends call upon her and find her in her gingham dress, she begins to be ashamed of her position. Finally she secretly leaves the house and returns to her old home, intending to remain, but Dr. Wilson tells her that she will soon become a mother and that her duty lies with her husband. Going back to the little home, she sees Drake talking with a strange woman, and jumping to the conclusion that he is unfaithful to her, and knowing that her father has practically disowned her because of her marriage, she leaves the village to hide in a distant town. Drake's visitor is Ruth, endeavoring to get more money from him. In the presence of the doctor, who knows all, Drake orders her from his house for all time. How Ruth meets Beth and repents of her ways, how Dr. Wilson brings husband and wife together again, and how the baby drives away all dislike of poverty from Beth's life, end a very interesting and appealing drama.
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1913
Race Memories
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MovieNov 6, 1913

Race Memories

Denton, an anthropologist of note, meets by accident a new …
Denton, an anthropologist of note, meets by accident a new neighbor, an attractive girl, whose father insists upon her marriage to a man whom he favors because of his wealth. Denton and the girl are mutually attracted and to Denton comes a vague but haunting belief that they have met before. Worn out by overstudy, he becomes seriously ill with rain fever and the mind pictures he has of his fair neighbor fade into a vision of a prehistoric existence, where he wanders as a stone age savage, meets and loves the girl of his heart, who also lives in that strange world. There also is the conflict between wealth and poverty, the father's choice opposed to the daughter's. The prehistoric Denton finally wins out after struggling with a savage rival and wild beasts as well. Just so the modern Denton finally conquers over his modem rival.
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Lillie's Nightmare
MovieSep 30, 1913

Lillie's Nightmare

Lillie had always longed to know a real, true, dyed-in-the-wool …
Lillie had always longed to know a real, true, dyed-in-the-wool Indian, who would make the sort of forceful lover she had read about, and when Red Cloud, the son of a Cherokee chief, came to board at her mother's house during his vacation from college, Lillie's joy knew no bounds. That afternoon Lillie took a nap and dreamed she was the bride of Red Cloud, who took her to live with his tribe. The dream was in reality a nightmare and it scared Lillie so thoroughly that she was convinced that she was never born to be a squaw.
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The Secret Treasure
MovieSep 24, 1913

The Secret Treasure

Pete Rayner had a fortune hidden somewhere and his Mexican …
Pete Rayner had a fortune hidden somewhere and his Mexican neighbors were very anxious to find it. Pete shared the secret of the hiding place with his Indian servant, but the red man would tell no one about it. The Mexican outlaws sent Delores, the daughter of their leader to see if they could not worm the information from the Redskin. Then followed adventures, thick and fast, and as a result the Mexican girl never fulfilled her mission, but instead she worshiped the Indian's bravery and became a steadfast friend to Rayner's beautiful daughter.
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The Price of Jealousy
MovieSep 6, 1913

The Price of Jealousy

Rose and Ida, sisters, decide …
Rose and Ida, sisters, decide to visit an Indian camp and for safety's sake, they disguise themselves as men. Bill Hart, a cowboy, who accompanies the sisters on the trip, is in love with Rose and Ida is so jealous that she informs the Indians that Rose is not a man as she appears. The Indians steal Rose away, hut that night remorse overtakes her and she pays the price of her jealousy.
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The Trapper's Mistake
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MovieJun 28, 1913

The Trapper's Mistake

Tom Underwood, an …
Tom Underwood, an Easterner who has come to the West in search of health, is living with a trapper named Bob Turner, whose wife, Rose, and their baby daughter, Violet, are the objects of frequent attacks because of the husband's unreasonableness and unfounded jealousy. The couple's frequent quarrels embarrass Underwood so much that he finally decides to leave the house. Tom's kindness has been so much appreciated that when he goes Mrs. Turner is heartbroken. Her husband's cruelties and lack of consideration as she recalls them to mind give birth of a wild desire to be free of him and accordingly she writes a note to Turner bidding him farewell. As she turns to go her glance falls upon her baby daughter at play beside her. Instantly, her determination collapses and clasping the child in her arms she crumples up the note addressed to Bob. She resumes her household duties and a short time later leaves the house to get some water at a well nearby. While at the well Rose is attacked by two redskins and carried away to their camp where she is forced to work with the other squaws at mending canoes, wigwams, blankets and the like. Turner returns to his home and finds the discarded note. Putting two and two together, he naturally suspects that Rose has eloped with Tom Underwood. A year later, Tom is trading some furs at an Indian camp when he sees Rose at work. With the aid of his Indian servant, Tom escapes with Rose. They are pursued to a frontier post settled by some whites. The Indians surround the camp and a stirring battle ensues. The men from the neighboring plains come to the rescue of their white brethren and among these arrivals is Bob Turner. The fighting continues fast and furious until finally the redskins are routed. After this is accomplished Turner publicly denounces Underwood, accusing him of eloping with his wife. Underwood denies the charge, and so does Rose, but Turner is skeptical. He is finally convinced that he has made a mistake when Underwood's Indian servant substantiates Tom's account of the rescue of Rose from the Indian camp.
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The Engineer's Daughter
MovieApr 2, 1913

The Engineer's Daughter

Lillian Wharton, the daughter …
Lillian Wharton, the daughter of the engineer of the cyclone express, is carried away by a band of outlaws. They hold her a prisoner, but, after watching eagerly for the opportunity, Lillian gets one of the bandits unawares and, taking his gun, holds up the party and escapes. She is pursued, but has not gone far before meeting with her father, who has left his engine on a siding and is enjoying his lunch. Lillian hands the gun to her father and while he holds the outlaws at bay, Lilian races to her father's locomotive. Her courage and skill after a wild ride at breakneck speed, are responsible for the return of a posse of cowboys, who, catching the outlaws between two fires, soon eliminate the possibility of their causing further trouble.
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The Sheriff's Reward
MovieMar 27, 1913

The Sheriff's Reward

Joe Allen, a worthless character, to avoid frequent quarrels with …
Joe Allen, a worthless character, to avoid frequent quarrels with his good wife Lillian, leaves a note bidding her farewell. Soon after, Lillian answers an advertisement asking for a schoolteacher in a country town and is appointed. The sheriff of the town has fallen in love with the schoolma'am and proposed. Lillian refuses, without telling him that she is married. Allen in the course of his wild career comes to this same town and breaks the law. He is pursued by the sheriff and captured on the pilot of a speeding locomotive. A bitter struggle ensues. It only ends when Allen is killed. The sheriff's posse, following him and accompanied by Lillian, arrive at this time. She recognizes her husband and the sheriff understands the reason for her refusal. He loves her the more for her faithfulness to Joe, and wins when he asks her to give her heart into his keeping.
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The Escape
MovieMar 19, 1913

The Escape

Two convicts, Joe Norton and Charles Wendell, make their …
Two convicts, Joe Norton and Charles Wendell, make their escape from prison and in their flight take different roads. Norton is wounded and nearly famished when he arrives at the farm of William English. He is nursed back to health and given work on the farm. English's daughter, Dorothy, is engaged to marry one of her father's employees, when she meets Wendell, now a prosperous businessman. Wendell dazzles the girl with promises of great wealth and position until she consents to elope with him. Norton recognizes Wendell, learns the situation and as they are about to elope sends the girl back to her lover and, at the point of his gun, sets Wendell adrift out of the neighborhood.
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The Clutch of Conscience
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MovieFeb 13, 1913

The Clutch of Conscience

Pete, the bad man of a little …
Pete, the bad man of a little mining town, sees Joe Fanwood at work in the latter's gold mine. A swift blow from a revolver butt and Joe is dragged into the shrubbery and relieved of his gold. Pete rides back to a gambling house, where he invests the ill-gotten gold. A fight ensues and Pete kills one of the gamblers. He makes his escape, but is soon pursued by the sheriff and his posse. When they are pressing him hard he enters a cottage, startling the woman of the house. By means of a locket he discovers that the woman is his sister whom he has not seen in years. She tells him that her husband is Joe Fanwood. She hides her brother from the sheriff and after the posse has gone Pete, too, departs. He goes to the spot where he left Fanwood to find him slowly regaining consciousness. He gives him back the gold he had stolen and a locket to give to Mrs. Fanwood. There are stirring scenes in this film and the action does not lag, not even for a moment.
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1905
Benjamin Platt Wiggins
MarriageMay 1905

Benjamin Platt Wiggins

Married Benjamin Platt Wiggins.
1884
Lillian Worth
BirthJune 1884

Lillian Worth

Lillian Worth was born.
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