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This picture was the first production of the Lasalida Co. which was founded to produce films featuring Baby Marie ... More Less

This picture was the first production of the Lasalida Co. which was founded to produce films featuring Baby Marie Osborne. More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
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ETR
16 Jun 17
p. 122.
Motog
14 Jul 17
p. 103.
MPN
23 Jun 17
p. 3948.
MPW
30 Jun 17
p. 2159.
NYDM
16 Jun 17
p. 28.
Wid's
7 Jun 17
pp. 356-57.
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DETAILS
Release Date:
24 June 1917
Copyright Claimant:
Pathé Exchange, inc.
Copyright Date:
7 June 1917
Copyright Number:
LU10908
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Prompted by her mother, Baby Marie Watson has been accustomed to recite her bedtime prayers every night. When a misunderstanding results in the separation of Marie's parents, Mr. Watson gains custody of his daughter. Saddened by the loss of her mother, Baby Marie works herself into a fever because she cannot remember her bedtime prayers. She calls for her mother, and the faithful butler, taking pity on the child, fetches her. Brought together by a mutual concern for their daughter, the Watsons decide to reconcile their differences and save their ... +


Prompted by her mother, Baby Marie Watson has been accustomed to recite her bedtime prayers every night. When a misunderstanding results in the separation of Marie's parents, Mr. Watson gains custody of his daughter. Saddened by the loss of her mother, Baby Marie works herself into a fever because she cannot remember her bedtime prayers. She calls for her mother, and the faithful butler, taking pity on the child, fetches her. Brought together by a mutual concern for their daughter, the Watsons decide to reconcile their differences and save their marriage. +

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Legend
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AFI Life Achievement Award

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