The Gamblers (1912)

Drama, Short

Mrs. Travers, a society leader, is madly in love with Arthur Ingraham, a rising diplomat. Arthur is not in love with her and avoids her advances. He is in love with Beatrice Langton, a ... See full summary »

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10 December 2016 | deickemeyer
There is no true character drawing in it
A romantic melodrama of modern social life in the upper circles of fashion. In it, Julia Swayne Gordon plays, and plays very well (but according to a well recognized convention) the role of a heavy villainness who, purposely and for vengeance, entangles the fiancée (Miss Lena Kiefe) of the man whom she had wanted to marry (Mr. Earl Williams). It is a very dramatic picture and will make a very good offering. But the scenario writer merely wanted to produce something that would be a commercial success. He has accomplished this. There is nothing in it to excite either the producer or the players and there is no true character drawing in it. The photographs are fine. - The Moving Picture World, July 6, 1912

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22 June 1912



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