On Dangerous Paths (1915)

Drama | 23 July 1915

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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Motog
24 Jul 15
p. 163.
MPN
17 Jul 15
p. 136, 151
MPW
10 Jul 15
p. 320.
MPW
24 Apr 15
pp. 90-91.
Variety
30 Jul 15
p. 19.
DETAILS
Release Date:
23 July 1915
Copyright Claimant:
Thomas A. Edison, Inc.
Copyright Date:
15 July 1915
Copyright Number:
LP5838
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
4
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Influenced by her successfully employed sister, Eleanor Thurston, the daughter of a country minister, refuses Roger Sterritt's marriage proposal and leaves for New York to find a job. In the city she receives nursing training and is hired at a hospital where Dr. Sinclair, a handsome, seductive intern, saves her from the attack of a violent mental patient. Upon arriving in New York to work in his father's business, Roger gets drunk with some friends and is picked up by Dr. Sinclair and delivered to the hospital. Eleanor finds him the next morning, again refuses his proposal and declares her love for the doctor. Hurt and jealous, Roger leaves with another woman, but when he runs into Eleanor with Sinclair in a restaurant, he connives to talk to the doctor alone and persuades him of his committed love for the girl. Touched, Sinclair leaves without a word, and Eleanor agrees to return to the country with ... +


Influenced by her successfully employed sister, Eleanor Thurston, the daughter of a country minister, refuses Roger Sterritt's marriage proposal and leaves for New York to find a job. In the city she receives nursing training and is hired at a hospital where Dr. Sinclair, a handsome, seductive intern, saves her from the attack of a violent mental patient. Upon arriving in New York to work in his father's business, Roger gets drunk with some friends and is picked up by Dr. Sinclair and delivered to the hospital. Eleanor finds him the next morning, again refuses his proposal and declares her love for the doctor. Hurt and jealous, Roger leaves with another woman, but when he runs into Eleanor with Sinclair in a restaurant, he connives to talk to the doctor alone and persuades him of his committed love for the girl. Touched, Sinclair leaves without a word, and Eleanor agrees to return to the country with Roger. +

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