The Odalisque (1914)

Short, Drama

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May and Annie work in a fashionable millinery store, where the buyer, struck by May's beauty, advances her to a position among the models. She gets a little money, but finds that she is ... See full summary »

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5 May 2019 | deickemeyer
This is finely handled
A two-reel story featuring Blanche Sweet as a young girl who is a slave to dress. Wallace Reid is the villain who attempts to turn her from the straight path, and Henry Walthall is the hero. The story is above the average in interest and presentation. It brings home a good moral and carries a strong warning to girls who are susceptible to the lure of wine suppers and fine clothes given them by designing men. Though delicate in theme, this is finely handled. It is adapted from a short story by Leroy Scott. Joe's rescue was exciting and well staged. A good offering. - The Moving Picture World, November 28, 1914

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Short | Drama


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15 November 1914



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