Marguerite Clark plays a plucky orphan who runs away from the institution in order to retain custody of the little boy she has raised since infancy. She ends up in the Cabbage Patch, a slum area that is home to the merry Wiggs family.Continue reading “Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch (1919) A Silent Film Review”
A young lady with skin and hair on opposite ends of the melanin spectrum. A poisoned apple. A handsome prince with a not-at-all-weird thing for kissing corpses. Yup, it’s Snow White!
Snow-skinned princesses and dwarfs combine forces once more in the straightforward version of the classic fairy tale. 1910’s favorite Marguerite Clark is the title character, Creighton Hale is the prince and a very young Richard Barthelmess makes an appearance as one of the evil queen’s disguises. Yes, really.
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