The Signal of Distress (1912)

Drama, Short, Thriller


Dolly Dillard jumps at the conclusion that George Gordon is playing her false, as he affectionately greets his sister at the train when she comes to pay him a visit. Dolly, who is not ... See full summary »



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9 April 2017 | deickemeyer
A large audience watched it closely
A picture dealing with the sweetheart who didn't know that her lover had a sister. There also is not a great deal that's new in the way it is worked out. It has this advantage: Florence Turner plays the lead, and "Jean," the Vitagraph collie, is used very pleasingly in bringing the two lovers together again. There are also some very pretty backgrounds. Yet it lacks distinction. Miss Turner has very little chance to show her powers, and Tom Powers, who plays opposite to her, didn't seem to fill the bill convincingly. Edith Halloran plays the sister. A large audience watched it closely and seemed much interested. The use of the dog helps the offering very much. - The Moving Picture World, December 21, 1912

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Drama | Short | Thriller

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Release Date:

9 December 1912

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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