The Perfidy of Mary (1913)

  |  Short, Drama

Rose and her cousin Mary dwell in the land of romance, but real Romeos are scarce in this prosaic age. Yet Rose, in spite of a gay young Lothario who steps in the way of her own true love, ... See full summary »

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27 August 2017 | deickemeyer
It is not wholly a success
There is a good deal of prettiness about this picture and the story is cleverly set forth. The offering will be liked; yet, from an artistic standpoint, it is not wholly a success. What Mary (Mae Marsh) does seems to be perfidy, but its purpose is to protect her cousin from a Lothario who is treated in a way that will please the audience. Dorothy Gish plays the cousin. Walter Miller plays the bashful lover. Lionel Barrymore plays the objecting father of Mae. The photography is fair. The story is artistically told; but the picture seems crowded by its unimportant incidents. - The Moving Picture World, April 19, 1913

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Short | Drama


Release Date:

5 April 1913



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California, USA

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