Dorothy Danesbridge, Militant (1914)

Short, Comedy

Dorothy Danesbridge is spoiled by her father and aunt, and through the influence of Phyllis, an old school friend and an ardent suffragette, becomes interested in Women's Suffrage. She is ... See full summary »

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18 August 2018 | deickemeyer
Very little that is new
Suffragist farces are no longer novelties and we find very little that is new in this; most of it is astonishingly trite, but it has broad humor which rises to something better when, after a suffrage meeting, Dorothy, in boy's clothes, is arrested and her lover, who had pitched in to save the suffragists from being mobbed, likewise and both are put in the same cell. It makes a fair offering, commercial, but skillfully done. Dorothy Kelly and James Morrison have the leads. W.A. Tremayne is author and Theodore Marston the director. - The Moving Picture World, May 30, 1914

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18 May 1914



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