From the Four Hundred to the Herd (1912)

Short, Western


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Jack Stevens loves Clarice Weybrook and hopes some day to make her his wife. At a week-end party they meet the Count Derbley, who is possessed of fifty million dollars and a title. Clarice ... See full summary »


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23 September 2016 | deickemeyer
This film has greater pretensions to "class" than any yet turned out by the American
It was really a pleasure to watch the unfolding of the story of "From the 400 to the Herd" as told in pictures by the American's Western producer and company. The story is well connected, and it is by no means of the elemental type. Skillful camera work is revealed in this film, which has several fine natural backgrounds and beautiful perspectives. The technical work of the subject was done in the new factory in N. Edgewater, Chicago, and Superintendent C.L. Randall is to be congratulated for bringing out the photographic effects uniformly and to the best advantage. Indeed, the photography merits unstinting praise. It is clear and soft throughout, and the half-tones, with right projection on the proper screen, are well defined. From my viewpoint, this film has greater pretensions to "class" than any yet turned out by the American. The acting is refined, and the portrayal of the principal characters bespeaks careful rehearsal and capable histrionic ability. Warren Kerrigan and Miss Pauline Bush appear in the leading roles of Jack Stevens and Clarice Weybrock, and George Periolat and Miss Louise Lester assume the character parts of Earl Derbley and Mrs. Weybrock. - The Moving Picture World, February 24, 1912

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