Winning a Widow (1912)

Drama, Romance, Short


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While crossing the Atlantic, Jim White, an American tourist, is attracted by a charming young widow. He succeeds in making the lady's acquaintance through her four-year-old son and ... See full summary »



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14 December 2016 | deickemeyer
It is a picture of the fascinating game of love-making
An excellent romantic comedy, written by Gene Gauntier and produced by Sidney Olcott, partly on the good ship Adriatic going across, partly at Luxor in Egypt, and partly in the desert. Miss Gauntier plays a charming young widow. Mr. Jack Clark plays an unattached young man who has fallen in love with her. It is a picture of the fascinating game of love-making. It is sincerely romantic; this hides the fact that at times its plot becomes a bit' artificial. We hardly need to say that it is well acted. The camera work is excellent and gives us some new glimpses of Egyptian life. It is a very good picture. - The Moving Picture World, July 20, 1912

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Release Date:

5 July 1912

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Luxor, Egypt

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