The Little Tease (1913)

  |  Short, Drama

The supposition was that she was born a tease, for from her first teeth to the time she was almost grown, she vented her witcheries on her unsuspecting parents and the wild things of her ... See full summary »

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30 August 2017 | deickemeyer
The Biograph at its best
In this picture we see the Biograph at its best. It is a story of today and of anywhere; the story of the unsophisticated girl whose head is turned by a smooth stranger, who leaves her home and parents to go with him, only to discover that there is another, of polish and worldly- wise, with whom her newly found friend and supposed protector is really in love. The charm of this story lies in the natural acting. Most of the work falls to Mae Marsh and William Christie Miller. Henry Walthall is the stranger and Robert Herron the lover who for the time is neglected. The film exceeds the regulation thousand feet, and the surplus is amply justified. There are many strong situations. One was where the old father, his daughter gone and his wife just laid at rest, her death the result of shock, renounces the Bible; a second is where the girl sees her supposed lover in the embrace of another; a third is where the girl, found by her old sweetheart working in a restaurant, declines to return to her home; the best of all, however, is where the father puts the lantern in the window and hangs out the latch- string, and the ensuing reconciliation. - The Moving Picture World, April 26, 1913

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