The Letter That Never Came Out (1914)

Short, Drama

When Betty Harrington, after setting her cap for John Forrest, the rising young politician, was forced to sit quietly by and witness the conquest of her rival, she vowed everlasting ... See full summary »

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23 March 2019 | deickemeyer
Jealousy is the theme
A picture drama written by W.T. Nichols. Jealousy is the theme of the plot, on the part of a woman who has a husband, whom she married for spite, and through which act she causes a great deal of trouble for herself and friends. There is very little interest for the casual observer in this offering, although it is well directed and acted. The redeeming qualities shown in this visualization come in the last scenes. It will please in most respects. - The Moving Picture World, October 31, 1914

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Short | Drama


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13 October 1914



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