The Cabaret Dancer (1914)

Don Packard, an artist, forgets his country sweetheart, Martha, and falls in love with his model, Linee. The boy marries Linee and takes her to his home. Martha conceives a hatred for Linee... See full summary »

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Robert G. Vignola
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Cast

Cast overview:
Alice Joyce ... Linee Hayden - Model / Dancer
Tom Moore ... Don Packard - an Artist
James B. Ross ... Rev. Packard - Don's Father
Alice Hollister ... Martha - Don's Sweetheart
Harry F. Millarde ... Dupree - a Frenchman
Helen Lindroth ... Mrs. Binsfield - the Landlady

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Don Packard, an artist, forgets his country sweetheart, Martha, and falls in love with his model, Linee. The boy marries Linee and takes her to his home. Martha conceives a hatred for Linee when she discovers that the girl has robbed her of her lover. Don's father, a parson, is horrified when he learns of his son's worldly wife. When Linee realizes the trouble her marriage to Don has caused, she runs away, Martha does her utmost to stir up trouble. For two years Don searches in vain for Linee, who has become a cabaret dancer. Dupree, a Frenchman, falls in love with the girl, but she repels his advances, Don enters the restaurant just as Dupree, mad with jealousy, attempts to shoot Linee. Don saves her life, but loses his sight. Linee assumes charge of the stricken man, but takes care to conceal her identity. Her voice is familiar to Don and he gradually suspects the truth. Rev. Packard, summoned by Linee, comes to the city, accompanied by Martha. Linee learns that they propose to take... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Genres:

Drama | Romance | Short

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An interesting and convincing theme
15 July 2018 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

One would be prone to conclude from the caption of this two-reel picture that the plot might be more or less frivilous, but it is far from it. It is an interesting and convincing theme, carrying with it an illustration of devotion and sacrifice that is beautiful. There are several scenes in this picture that drive serious thoughts straight home, although some cabaret scenes pertain. The photography, acting and direction are up to the standard. The author had an inspiration evidently. Alice Joyce is in the lead and no more need be said. - The Moving Picture World, April 18, 1914


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 April 1914 (USA) See more »

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Kalem Company See more »
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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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