Her Two Jewels (1913)

The wealthy widow lived a selfish life, with little regard or consideration for anybody except her son. He was her idol and she was blind to all his faults. The young man gave his mother a ... See full summary »
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Mignon Anderson ... The Girl from the Dress Cleaner's
Marie Eline ... The Little Italian Boy
Mrs. Lawrence Marston ... The Mother
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The wealthy widow lived a selfish life, with little regard or consideration for anybody except her son. He was her idol and she was blind to all his faults. The young man gave his mother a handsome jeweled pin, and the woman proudly wore it on her dress. But that very day an inkwell on her desk upset and her handsome gown was stained. A girl from the dress cleaners arrived to take the dress away, and the owner, who had now changed to another gown, took the soiled dress to the window, where she showed the stains to the messenger. After the girl had gone the woman discovered that the pin had disappeared, and a careful search revealed no trace of it in her room. She decided, although she did not know positively, that the girl must have taken it. The pin was not in the gown when it reached the shop, the girl was accused of theft by the woman, and was sent to prison. A short time later it was proven that the pin fell from the window while the widow was showing the gown to the girl, and was... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama

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USA

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English

Release Date:

4 July 1913 (USA) See more »

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Silent

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1.33 : 1
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Not strong, but entertaining
22 September 2017 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

The simple, natural development of this picture gets hold of one's interest. The manner in which the shop girl becomes falsely suspected of stealing the brooch is well shown. Later, she marries the woman's son and thus procures her revenge. Not strong, but entertaining. - The Moving Picture World, July 12, 1913


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