|Nomads of the North 1920 N/R, 109 min.|
Director: David Hartford
Cast: Lon Chaney, Lewis Stone, Melbourne MacDowell, Spottiswoode Aitken, Betty Blythe, Francis McDonald, Gordon Mullen, Charles Smiley
While in the North Country, Raoul (Lon Chaney) falls in love with Nanette (Betty Blythe). After the bad Buck (Francis MacDonald) tells Nanette that Raoul is dead, Buck wins her heart, and they agree to wed. But when Raoul returns and Buck is found out, Raoul and Nanette flee after Raoul kills one of Buck's henchmen. Now both the Mounties and Buck are after the couple.
|Tess of the Storm Country 1914 N/R, 42 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Edwin S. Porter
Cast: Mary Pickford, Harold Lockwood, Olive Carey, David Hartford, Louise Dunlap, William Walters, Richard Garrick, Eugene Walter, Jack Henry, H.R. Macy, H.L. Griffith
When Tess' (Mary Pickford) father (David Hartford) is wrongly convicted of murder and goes to jail, Tess is befriended by Frederick (Harold Lockwood) and his sister Teola (Olive Carey). Tess comes to Teola's aid after Teola becomes pregnant, and her lover Dan (Jack Henry) dies. Tess pretends to be the infant's mother to save Teola from disgrace. Now, Tess goes through trials and tribulations but, by story's end, will live happily ever after with Frederick who is the love of her life.
|1. Nomads of the North (1920)|
2. Tess of the Storm Country (1914)
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