Love Laughs at Locksmiths; or, Love Finds a Way (1913)

Short, Comedy, Romance

Jack finds a way to see Bess after her father ships her off to boarding school. Jack follows her and manages to get in communication with her by climbing a tree outside the window of her ... See full summary »

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26 August 2017 | deickemeyer
Not a great deal that is new or truly fresh
There is not a great deal that is new or truly fresh in this picture of a boarding school love story, and the agreeableness of the players alone keeps it from falling flat. Anna Stewart, who plays the heroine, is very pretty and seems to be new in pictures, but she is not yet a great actress. Frank Bennett plays her lover, and Frank Currier, her objecting father who sends the girl away to the school, kept by Flora Finch, the inimitable. Charles Eldridge has a small role as one of the school's professors, and there are a number of girls. The audience found it amusing. - The Moving Picture World, April 12, 1913


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26 March 1913



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