A rare treat from Dorothy Gish’s solo career, as most of her 1910s films are lost and few are available on home media. It’s a story of life in the tenements and it’s all fun and games until someone starts a counterfeiting ring.Continue reading “Fun Size Review: Gretchen the Greenhorn (1916)”
Think that hand kissing is just for knights and posh types? Think again! A well-timed bit of old-fashioned romance can be just the thing for silent movie ladies.
An extremely rare film with Dorothy Gish in the starring role. She is Gretchen, a newly transplanted Dutch maiden who finds romance, adventure and danger in her new home, New York. When she stumbles onto a counterfeiting ring, Gretchen must find a way to save herself and her father from the ruthless criminals.