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SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
ETR
2 Aug 19
p. 713.
MPN
2 Aug 19
p. 1131.
MPW
2 Aug 19
p. 715.
New York Morning Telegraph
12 Oct 1919.
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New York Times
21 Jul 19
p. 12.
Variety
25 Jul 19
p. 45.
Wid's
27 Jul 19
p. 23.
CAST
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PHOTOGRAPHY
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LITERARY
Based on the novel Louisiana by Frances Hodgson Burnett (New York, 1880).
DETAILS
Release Date:
20 July 1919
Copyright Claimant:
Famous Players-Lasky Corp.
Copyright Date:
1 July 1919
Copyright Number:
LP13928
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,611
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Louisiana Rogers lives in the Blue Ridge mountains with her father Lem, a widower, whose rough appearance and rude manners hide a kind heart. After he turns away Louisiana's suitor, Cass Floyd, Lem sends her to a resort in the valley for her to see the world and acquire some refinement. At the resort, Olivia Ferol, a New York society woman, gives Louisiana her gowns when she sees that the girl is embarrassed wearing mountain clothes. Later, as a joke, she introduces her as a New Orleans belle to her brother Lawrence, a playwright. After Cass shoots Lawrence, and Louisiana nurses him, they fall in love. In the mountains, Lawrence, Louisiana, and Olivia have car trouble and stop at Louisiana's house. She makes her father pretend not to know her, but she reveals her identity when Lawrence jokes about the surroundings. Later, after Lawrence returns to apologize, and Louisiana saves him when Cass shoots at him again, the lovers are ... +


Louisiana Rogers lives in the Blue Ridge mountains with her father Lem, a widower, whose rough appearance and rude manners hide a kind heart. After he turns away Louisiana's suitor, Cass Floyd, Lem sends her to a resort in the valley for her to see the world and acquire some refinement. At the resort, Olivia Ferol, a New York society woman, gives Louisiana her gowns when she sees that the girl is embarrassed wearing mountain clothes. Later, as a joke, she introduces her as a New Orleans belle to her brother Lawrence, a playwright. After Cass shoots Lawrence, and Louisiana nurses him, they fall in love. In the mountains, Lawrence, Louisiana, and Olivia have car trouble and stop at Louisiana's house. She makes her father pretend not to know her, but she reveals her identity when Lawrence jokes about the surroundings. Later, after Lawrence returns to apologize, and Louisiana saves him when Cass shoots at him again, the lovers are reconciled. +

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