A Crook's Sweetheart (1914)

Jim Flint, a young crook, with the assistance of his pal, Flora, a young woman of about twenty-five, robs a diamond broker's office and secures several large, brilliant diamonds. They make ... See full summary »

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Scott Sidney
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Louis Durham Louis Durham ... Jim Flint
Frank Borzage ... The 'Dip'
Leona Hutton ... Flora
Gladys Brockwell ... Molly Ames
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Jim Flint, a young crook, with the assistance of his pal, Flora, a young woman of about twenty-five, robs a diamond broker's office and secures several large, brilliant diamonds. They make their get-away in a taxi and during the drive home Flora asks Jim for her share of the loot. Jim tells her he will divide it later, as it will not be safe for her to have the diamonds in her possession. He leaves Flora at her apartments. While Jim is gone the "Dip" calls on Flora and begs her to marry him and go away. Flora refuses. Jim returns and finds the "Dip" with Flora. He is very nasty to the "Dip." When Jim leaves Flora the "Dip" trails him and finds that Jim has another sweetheart, Molly. The "Dip" returns to Flora's apartments, gets Flora and shows her Jim with Molly. Flora sees Jim give Molly her share of the loot from the diamond robbery. Flora is hurt and angry. She agrees to go away with the "Dip," but before leaving, she informs the chief of police on Jim, also implicating Molly. As ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 November 1914 (USA) See more »

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Kay-Bee Pictures See more »
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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Somewhat sordid character
5 May 2019 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

A two-reel number dealing with the love affairs of four crooks, two men and two women. The story is well constructed throughout and presented with spirit. It pictures a low type of life and has no very elevating motive, except that The Dip and Flora are supposed to reform at the last and live a straight life. The story is engrossing in spite of its somewhat sordid character and holds the interest without break. The photography is good. - The Moving Picture World, November 28, 1914


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