The Open Road (1911)
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Jack Darwin, a wealthy bachelor, finds Zora, a pretty little gipsy girl, about six years old, who has strayed from her camp and become lost. Darwin takes Zora to his home and adopts her. As the pretty gipsy girl grows to womanhood Darwin falls in love with her. One day Zora visits a local gipsy camp and has her fortune told. While being paid for her services the gipsy fortune teller recognizes a birthmark on Zora's arm and declares her to be her daughter. Darwin, when called upon for an explanation, tells how he found the little wanderer and took her home. Becoming fascinated with the gipsy life, Zora decides to join them, and despite the pleadings of her adopted father chooses the "Open Road."
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