The Eyes of Julia Deep (1918)

Comedy-drama | 1918

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SOURCE CITATIONS
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DATE
PAGE
ETR
17 Aug 18
p. 927.
ETR
31 Aug 18
p. 1107.
MPN
24 Aug 18
p. 1213, 1259
MPW
14 Dec 18
p. 881.
MPW
21 Sep 18
p. 1780.
NYDM
5 Oct 18
p. 516.
Variety
9 Aug 18
p. 33.
Wid's
11 Aug 18
pp. 25-26.
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LITERARY
Based on the short story "The Eyes of Julia Deep" by Kate L. McLaurin (publication undetermined).
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DETAILS
Release Date:
1918
Copyright Info
Claimant
Date
Copyright Number
American Film Co, Inc.
15 September 1918
LP12927
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Julia Deep works at the exchange desk of Timothy Black's department store by day, but her evenings are spent in the library of Terry Hartridge, a fellow resident in Mrs. Turner's boardinghouse. Terry has never seen Julia, since he is too busy squandering his inheritance on easy living and showgirl Lottie Driscoll, but the two meet when Terry, having learned that he has spent his last cent, enters the room with a gun. Julia prevents him from shooting himself and they become fast friends. Black gives Terry a job, and the young man adopts a renewed and more sober interest in life. Lottie later reappears but Terry convinces Julia that the actress means nothing to him, and the young couple pool their resources and settle ...

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Julia Deep works at the exchange desk of Timothy Black's department store by day, but her evenings are spent in the library of Terry Hartridge, a fellow resident in Mrs. Turner's boardinghouse. Terry has never seen Julia, since he is too busy squandering his inheritance on easy living and showgirl Lottie Driscoll, but the two meet when Terry, having learned that he has spent his last cent, enters the room with a gun. Julia prevents him from shooting himself and they become fast friends. Black gives Terry a job, and the young man adopts a renewed and more sober interest in life. Lottie later reappears but Terry convinces Julia that the actress means nothing to him, and the young couple pool their resources and settle down.

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AFI Life Achievement Award

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