The Borrowed Finery (1914)

Short, Comedy, Drama


The only thing in the world old Grouchy, the stage-door keeper at the Zephyr Theater cared about was his little granddaughter, Dolly. Dolly loved the theater. The music, the bright lights, ... See full summary »



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12 July 2018 | deickemeyer
Elements of sentiment with threads of comedy
Those who appreciate a story that contains elements of sentiment with threads of comedy permeating through the plot will enjoy this picture of theatrical life, for it is filled with a seasoning of humanity. It is not void of interest either. It evidences the fact that good heartedness still exists, both among the high and lowly in life. The innate longings of a poor little crippled girl furnish the theme. It is a good picture to see, for young and old. - The Moving Picture World, April 11, 1914

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Short | Comedy | Drama

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24 March 1914

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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