The Barefoot Boy (1914)

Eleanor Warren is loved by Harold Rives, a struggling artist. Although fond of the young man, Eleanor longs for the comforts of wealth. Walter Hastings, a wealthy Southern planter, meets ... See full summary »

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Robert G. Vignola

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Cast overview:
Tom Moore ... Rives - the Artist
Marguerite Courtot ... Frances - the Barefoot Boy
Alice Hollister ... Eleanor Hastings - the Mother
Robert Walker ... Walter Hastings - the Father
John Mackin John Mackin ... Weir - the Surveyer (as John E. Mackin)
Helen Lindroth ... Mrs. Weir
Harry F. Millarde ... Hastings' Chum (as Harry Millarde)
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Eleanor Warren is loved by Harold Rives, a struggling artist. Although fond of the young man, Eleanor longs for the comforts of wealth. Walter Hastings, a wealthy Southern planter, meets Eleanor and falls in love with her. Rives sees the two together. Filled with jealous rage, the artist creates a scene and is ordered from the house. Shortly afterwards Rives hears that Eleanor has married Hastings. Immediately after the wedding, Hastings and his bride leave for their southern home. Later, a daughter is born. Eleanor, however, is not happy. Her longing for the gay times of her girlhood are intensified by the messages she receives from her chum in the north. Eleanor also learns that Rives, favored by fortune, is now one of the foremost artists of the day. She receives news that her aunt has died, together with a letter informing her that she has inherited her relative's estate. Now in a position to take an active part in the affairs of society, Eleanor, knowing that her husband would ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

September 1914 (USA) See more »

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Kalem Company See more »
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Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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