A Message from Beyond (1912)

Short, Drama

Charles Kingley's parents gave him everything they had when he left his home to start business in a large city. Charles, like other country boys, by undivided effort and persistent ... See full summary »

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22 November 2016 | deickemeyer
Hits the mark fairly well
A semi-mystical picture that, in its ending, suggests "The Return of Peter Grim." The story is nothing like the play mentioned; but a dear old grandmother's ghost appears and, although not seen by her grandson, helps him out of a grievous difficulty. The old lady's son had become successful and had married a snobbish woman who didn't like the old- fashioned and not very presentable grandmother. The granddaughter was like her mother; but the grandson was different and proved himself worthy of her affection. The picture aims at sentiment. It is well acted and photographed and hits the mark fairly well. Its only marked weakness comes from a little obscurity. The grandson was too abruptly introduced. - The Moving Picture World, June 8, 1912

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29 May 1912



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