A Bunch of Violets (1912)

Married to a man who is a drunkard and a general good-for-nothing, Violet Ray, a popular actress, sticks to him for the sake of their dead child. Mabel Wright, the daughter of a florist, ... See full summary »

Director:

Edwin R. Phillips

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Cast

Cast overview:
Julia Swayne Gordon ... Violet Ray - an Actress Who Has Lost Her Son
Edwin R. Phillips ... Jim - the Actress' Husband
Zena Keefe ... Mabel Wright - a Young Girl
Harry T. Morey ... Alec Lang - a Man About Town
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Married to a man who is a drunkard and a general good-for-nothing, Violet Ray, a popular actress, sticks to him for the sake of their dead child. Mabel Wright, the daughter of a florist, aged ten, is a great admirer of Violet, and comes every afternoon to the stage door with a bunch of violets. Violet grows fond of the child and one afternoon takes her home with her to her apartment, and in answer to the child's questions, tells her about the little girl she has lost. Mabel reciprocates Violet's love with all her childish sympathy. Alec Lang, a man about town, who is very much in love with Violet, tries to persuade her to leave her brutal husband and marry him, but she refuses. One day, going to the stage door, Mabel is run over and seriously injured; she is taken to the hospital. There she makes her father go and tell Violet what has happened and take her some violets. In the meantime, Jim has grown particularly brutal, and Violet, resenting his conduct, decides to accept Alec's ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Genres:

Drama | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 July 1912 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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