The End of the Road (1913)

  |  Short, Drama


Worthing, a rich young bachelor, lost in the woods at night while hunting, makes his way to an old inn. Foolishly he flashes a rill of bills; the innkeeper and his partner, Slavin, plan to ... See full summary »



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29 December 2017 | deickemeyer
The story develops somewhat jerkily
A two-reel subject adapted from Bulwer Lytton's novel "Ernest Maltravers," by Jack Byrne, and produced by William Robert Daly. There is plenty of plot in this and the film is entertaining. The story develops somewhat jerkily; there was nothing to indicate that Dick's love for Dora was of an illicit nature until the child is suddenly brought into the picture. Neither was her marriage to Sloane made clear enough. The photography is uneven but generally good. In spite of numerous faults in development the production maintains the interest. - The Moving Picture World, November 8, 1913

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7 November 1913

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USA

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