Jim Cameron's Wife (1914)

  |  Short, Drama

Jim Cameron becomes desperate at his failure to get work, and resolves to hold up the stage in order to provide necessities for his wife and sick child, Mildred. Mrs. Cameron discovers him ... See full summary »

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9 December 2018 | deickemeyer
A fair rather than a noteworthy offering
A two-part western melodrama of well known type in which, at the end, the outlaw, so badly wounded that he can neither escape or fight, lets the wife of Jim claim the reward for his capture. This money saves the little family from the "wolf at the door," which had been growling of late. In the picture, there is plenty of fast riding, shooting off of pistols, a stage hold-up and other things that are liked by the more elemental spectators. A fair rather than a noteworthy offering. The photography is clear and the characters are played pleasingly. - The Moving Picture World, August 1, 1914

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Short | Drama


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23 July 1914



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