Across the Great Divide (1913)

  |  Short, Western

Walter Jordan, with his invalid wife, new born babe, and daughter of three years, try to cross the valley of death to reach God's country. In the course of their travel they run out of ... See full summary »

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27 July 2017 | deickemeyer
Full of little things that awaken sympathy
A well-written picture that holds the interest strongly. It begins at the same time far out on the plains and in a little frontier town. The two sections at first are not connected with each other in any way, but while we are watching both places the human elements begin to overlap and people who were before strangers become closely associated in a little drama whose object is to show how two men were bad, but not all bad. The picture is full of little things that awaken sympathy; it is clear and well photographed. The audience was plainly taking great pleasure in it. - The Moving Picture World, March 1, 1913

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