A Misunderstood Boy (1913)

  |  Short, Drama

Everything he did seemed to be misconstrued, except by the little lady he loved. The town roisters made fun of her and his love. That made trouble and the chief vigilante believed him the ... See full summary »


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25 September 2004 | boblipton
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Griffith and the best of his stock company -- Lilian Gish and Bobby Harron, Lionel Barrymore in heavy makeup and Alfred Paget -- slew surefootedly from comedy to tragedy and back to comedy -- comedy? In a story about a lynching? Yes indeed. Gish and Harron are, as always, wonderful in this western shot out in the west on a visit. With Gish, you watch the whole body, especially the hands.

Although he directed more than 500 films of every length and description, not much Griffith is available save for four of his features and perhaps half a dozen of his shorts. If a chance to look at this occurs, take it for a corrective to the one-dimensional view of Griffith that has become fashionable.

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