The White Feather (1913)

Drama, Short


Through an accident in his youth. Grant Whitney is inwardly a coward, though he has outwardly kept this a secret from all. Including his fiancé, Alice Lee, a western girl. Grant goes to ... See full summary »



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16 December 2017 | deickemeyer
At least a substratum of humanity
This picture falls into that distinct class of photoplays showing a young man or woman with a morbid fear, due to some accident in childhood which, after a hard struggle, he or she overcomes. In this one there is freshness in its scenes and at least a substratum of humanity. It has action, is pretty well acted and has clear photography. Robert A. Sanborn is the author, but deserves no credit for plot or idea. W.J. Cauman produced it, George Cooper plays the villain creditably. The heroine is played fairly by Myrtle Gonzales, and they are capably supported by Anne Shaefer, Major McGuire and Mr. Weston. - The Moving Picture World, November 1, 1913

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20 October 1913

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English


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USA

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