Memories of His Youth (1913)

Twenty years elapsed and Arthur James has become a famous painter. All these years he has honored the memory of Grace Hawkins, a married woman. He hears of the death of her husband and ... See full summary »

Director:

Barry O'Neil

Writers:

Clara Beranger (scenario) (as Clara S. Beranger), F. Hopkinson Smith (story)
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Charles Arthur ... Philip Hawkins
Marie Weirman Marie Weirman ... Madeleine
Harry Myers ... Arthur James - the Artist
Richard Morris
Peter Lang
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Twenty years elapsed and Arthur James has become a famous painter. All these years he has honored the memory of Grace Hawkins, a married woman. He hears of the death of her husband and returns full of hope to the old manor. There he finds that the place had burned down and that Grace, too, has died. Happening into an art shop sometime later he comes across the portrait of Grace which he himself had painted, and he has it removed to his studio. Philip Hawkins, Grace Hawkins' son, in the meantime has become a successful broker and is a member of a large brokerage firm. He goes to the studio of the famous painter, to arrange for a portrait of his senior partner and there comes across the portrait of his mother. A strong friendship exists between the two men. On Philip's side a deep admiration for the older man, on Arthur's side love for the son of the woman he loved. Arthur soon becomes the confident of the younger man and learns about his love affair with Madeline, the daughter of his ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 March 1913 (USA) See more »

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Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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May be original, but is not new
26 August 2017 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

We have a good, wholesome situation in this picture, produced by Barry O'Neil. from a script of Clara Broabger which may be original, but is not new, being very close, indeed, to a story of F. Hopkinson Smith's. It is a well-acted and clearly presented offering and evidently pleased the audience, who watched it closely. The story deals with an artist who had loved, but lost, a woman in his youth, and who meets her son, a broker. Later the young man is tempted to do a dishonest act. but the influence of the artist keeps him straight, and then there is a happy ending, in which the young man wins his sweetheart. Charles Arthur is the broker, and Marie Weirman is the girl. Harry Meyers is the artist. - The Moving Picture World, April 12, 1913


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