The Factory Girl (1912)

Short, Drama


Francis, the son of a wealthy factory owner, fails in love with Susie, a charming girl in the designing department. His father hears of the affair, and, in great anger, tells him that if he... See full summary »


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10 October 2016 | deickemeyer
Many of the photographs are as pretty as paintings
An unusually beautiful picture telling a very wholesome, pretty love story in which the factory girl, a painter of fashion plates it seems, is discharged because the owner's son has fallen in love with her. It is a pleasing variant from an old, but ever interesting story. Its quality comes from the acting of the noted players from the great Parisian theaters who interpret it and from its quiet, natural conduct. The settings are perfectly in accord with the theme, being, it seems, real factory views and tasteful, rich interiors of the wealthy owner's home. Many of the photographs are as pretty as paintings. It is a very sure feature picture. - The Moving Picture World, March 23, 1912

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Short | Drama

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Release Date:

6 March 1912

Language

French


Country of Origin

France

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