The Vagabond (1914)

Drama, Short


Though Charles Ross had been unlucky in birth and upbringing, though at the opening of the story, he was looked upon as a vagabond, he had drifted through life clean-minded and happy. About... See full summary »



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24 March 2019 | deickemeyer
The cast is a good one
A two-reel number, written by Ruth Ann Baldwin. Herbert Rawlinson plays the double role of a young man named Tom, who impetuously leaves home, and that of a youth named Chas. Ross. When Tom dies the latter takes his place and comes back to the waiting family. The general theme of this picture has been used very often before and this story does not get hold of the emotions very strongly. At the same time the cast is a good one and the photography and settings attractive. While only fairly convincing in certain scenes it tells a well-rounded story. - The Moving Picture World, October 31, 1914

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Drama | Short

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Release Date:

1 November 1914

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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