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HISTORY

The play was turned into a musical in 1913 by Reginald De Koven, called Her Little Highness , but this source is not listed in studio credits to the film. In the 1918 MPSD , Danny "Kid" Hogan is listed as either an actor, the assistant director, or both on this ... More Less

The play was turned into a musical in 1913 by Reginald De Koven, called Her Little Highness , but this source is not listed in studio credits to the film. In the 1918 MPSD , Danny "Kid" Hogan is listed as either an actor, the assistant director, or both on this film. More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
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DATE
PAGE
MPN
3 Oct 14
p. 46.
MPW
3 Oct 14
p. 45.
MPW
10 Oct 14
p. 253.
NYDM
1 Jul 14
p. 28.
Variety
26 Sep 14
p. 22.
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LITERARY
Based on the play Such a Little Queen by Channing Pollock (New York, 31 Aug 1909).
DETAILS
Release Date:
21 September 1914
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Queen Anna Victoria of Herzegovina is exiled from her tiny country and forced to live in poverty in America. Meanwhile, King Stephen of Bosnia, whom she loves but cannot marry due to political reasons, also is exiled to America. When both are forced by circumstances to get jobs, they go to work for wealthy New York meat packer Adolph Lauman who soon decides that his daughter should marry Stephen for social status. Eventually, Lauman's daughter convinces her father that she is in love with an American and Stephen and Anna are returned to their respective thrones, now free to marry each ... +


Queen Anna Victoria of Herzegovina is exiled from her tiny country and forced to live in poverty in America. Meanwhile, King Stephen of Bosnia, whom she loves but cannot marry due to political reasons, also is exiled to America. When both are forced by circumstances to get jobs, they go to work for wealthy New York meat packer Adolph Lauman who soon decides that his daughter should marry Stephen for social status. Eventually, Lauman's daughter convinces her father that she is in love with an American and Stephen and Anna are returned to their respective thrones, now free to marry each other. +

Legend
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Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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