(I) (1913)


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  • A toymaker engages a young girl to work as a servant, she is little more than a child. The toymaker is very harsh to her and to his son, forbidding them to touch the toys, which they love. The slavey and the boy are sent to deliver some toys. The boy loses the money he has collected for them. On his return the father beats him, and discharges the slavey. A kind-hearted woman, a customer of the toymaker, takes the slavey home, and there with her benefactress's little daughter, the girl is very happy. The toymaker falls ill, and his son comes to the rich home and gets the slavey to return with him and nurse his father. The old man becomes convalescent. The rich woman goes to the shop to take the girl hack home. The slavey turns to the father and son and asks them if they wish her to remain. They eagerly say "yes" and the girl decides to stay with her poor friends. Touched by their sacrifice the toymaker's nature changes and be treats the children affectionately and generously.


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