The Faded Lilies (1909)

  |  Short, Drama


A disfigured violinist mistakes a token of appreciation for a love bouquet. When he realizes his mistake, he loses his mind.


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21 October 2014 | deickemeyer
Grips the heart
One of those pathetic dramas by the Biograph company which grips the heart and actually forces one to follow the story to the end regardless of whether one likes it or not. The death scene is so realistic that the audience scarcely breathes when the man is passing through the mental agonies attendant upon his discovery of the deception which had been worked upon him and the physical agony of approaching death. The woman's part was taken by one whose face is new in the Biograph pictures. She is no better than those who have acted such parts before, but her acting was good and she correctly interpreted the part. Photographically little was to be desired. The lighting appears a bit harsh in places, but in the main it is quite satisfactory. - The Moving Picture World, June 26, 1909

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Plot Summary


Genres

Short | Drama

Details

Release Date:

17 June 1909

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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