A Woman in the Ultimate (1913)

  |  Drama, Short

The unwilling dupe of her step-father, she became the decoy of the wealthy young man, but at the crucial moment she saved both herself and the young man and thus ended the game of the badgers.

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13 November 2017 | deickemeyer
Lillian Gish walks gracefully through the part
Verda, a graceful figure, is the woman in whose fates this picture is chiefly interested. Stepdaughter of a scoundrel, she is being compelled to help in his badger work by decoying intended victims. This girl is played by Lillian Gish and she walks gracefully through the part. When the badger aims at fleecing a rich young man (Henry Walthall), her disgust at the business which had been coming to a head compels her to rebel. The villain, Charles Mailes, has enough control of her to make a dramatic climax; but it is not convincing and so not very effective. - The Moving Picture World, September 20, 1913

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Drama | Short


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4 September 1913



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