Carolyn of the Corners
|Carolyn of the Corners|
|Directed by||Robert Thornby|
|Screenplay by||Frank S. Beresford|
|Based on||Carolyn of the Corners (novel)|
by Ruth Belmore Endicott
|Distributed by||Pathé Exchange|
|60 minutes; 5 reels|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
The film is presumed lost.
Young Carolyn May Cameron (Love), is orphaned when her parents are lost at sea. She and her dog Prince leave the family's Harlem flat to go to live with her uncle Joe (Edler) in Maine. She becomes friends with her uncle's former fiancee, Amanda (Mineau), and slowly helps repair their relationship.
While visiting an ill friend, Carolyn and Amanda are trapped in a forest fire. Joe rescues them, and he and Amanda fall back in love. They get married, and Carolyn decides to return to Harlem.
One reviewer praised the film for not being melodramatic, and for being suitable for and entertaining to children. Multiple reviewers cited the 20-year-old Love as being quite convincing as a child, one calling her performance "a triumph of natural acting."
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