Dan Morgan's Way (1914)

Short, Drama

Dan Morgan, the young postmaster in the small Californian town, had loved Lou Dayton long and patiently. Lou drove the mail and supply coach for her father. Dan saw her every day, but ... See full summary »

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7 October 2018 | deickemeyer
Thin and undramatic
A story told by unusually well produced scenes, but failing to get over strongly through the inherent weakness of its plot which is thin and undramatic. The heroine might perhaps have saved it in the last cabin scene, when she finds Jim hiding the body, by strong acting. Dan Morgan (Fred Kelsey), her lover, has little to do except stand at one side. The Indian (John Eberts) is made effective by good acting and by the imaginative way the role is handled by the director. The two mining partners are all that could be desired. There are many separate things, such as a struggle in which one partner is accidentally killed, that get over well. The photography is clear and the scene-choosing is commendably fresh. - The Moving Picture World, June 27, 1914

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Short | Drama


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12 June 1914



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