The Tear That Burned (1914)

  |  Short, Drama


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Meg was one of the "painted women," who had got to the point where she did not care. Anita, her room-mate, on her death-bed told the cadet who managed them both about her old blind mother ... See full summary »

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13 April 2019 | deickemeyer
Exceptional charm
A two-reel number of exceptional charm, though it deals with the seamy side of life. Lillian Gish plays a girl from the country who runs away from her drunken father and reaches the city. A Chinatown loafer makes a thief of her. In the second reel she impersonates a girl who died, In order to steal the jewels from a blind mother. In spite of these incidents the ending is a happy one and very effective. This is unusually well photographed and is handled in such a way that its appeal is much above the average. - The Moving Picture World, November 14, 1914

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Short | Drama

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Release Date:

8 November 1914

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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