The Green-Eyed Devil (1914)

Short, Drama


Jim Miller lives in a cheap tenement with his wife and his sister. They had been in a better position in other days, but Jim has developed into a morose half-drunken character, suspicious ... See full summary »



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25 May 2018 | deickemeyer
Keeps a fairly complicated situation clear
A two-reel picture that keeps a fairly complicated situation clear and stirs our sympathies for a young married woman with much to contend with. Her husband is a drunkard; his sister who, with her husband, lives with them, keeps tempting him to drink so that she may inherit the fortune. Added to all this plotting comes the husband's unwarranted jealousy and the persecution of an outside man. It is not a story that will bear analysis; but makes an interesting picture. Daniel Carson Goodwin is the author and it was produced by James Kirkwood. Some of the ablest players in the profession act in it and do fairly well. Staging and photography very fair. - The Moving Picture World, March 7, 1914

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Release Date:

28 February 1914

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English


Country of Origin

USA

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