The Opened Shutters (1914)


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When the story opens Sylvia Lacey has been left an orphan. Her shiftless father, Sam Lacey, of artistic, but weak nature, left her without money. Her mother had died ten years before. The ... See full summary »


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21 April 2019 | deickemeyer
A very pleasing comedy-drama
An excellent four reel production of a novel by Clara Louise Burnham, opening with pictures of the author at home. Herbert Rawlinson, Anna Little and William Worthington play the leading parts, the latter appearing as Thinkright, a sort of Christian Science character, who brings the conflicting individuals together. Judge Trent and Aunt Martha, those typical, hard-shelled New England characters, are well represented. The photography and scenic effects are good throughout. Anna Little is particularly good as the rebellious Sylvia. This makes a very pleasing comedy-drama, and retains the spirit of Mrs. Burnham's story admirably. - The Moving Picture World, November 21, 1914

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17 November 1914



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