Mother's Roses (1915)


John Morrison, Wall Street financier, is in the habit of bringing home to his wife daily a bunch of beautiful roses. Delevan, a recognized Money King, meets Helen, the financier's daughter,... See full summary »

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21 September 2019 | deickemeyer
The story is sentimental melodrama
A Broadway Star feature in three parts, written by William Addison Lathrop and directed by Theodore Marston. The story is sentimental melodrama with the lasting influence of a mother on her offspring for its keynote. At critical moments, the fragrance of roses, always associated with mother, prevents unwise behavior on the part of a young man and a young woman. It is an extremely well produced picture making a direct appeal to the sympathies. The acting of Mary Maurice and Frank Currier is notably appealing. Others in the cast are Dorothy Kelly, James Morrison, Ethel Lloyd and George Cooper. - The Moving Picture World, February 27, 1915

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13 February 1915



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