The Brute (1914)

Malcolm Williams in THE BRUTE (1914)

MALCOLM WILLIAMS in "THE BRUTE" in MOTION PICTURES
Produced by the Famous Players Film Co.

ROGERS IS REFUSED AN EXTENSION OF TIME ON THE BIG CONTRACT

THE BRUTE (1914) postcard

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"The Heart of Midlothian," Sir Walter Scott's greatest story, will go down through the ages as one of the most inspiring tales ever written or conceived.  Faithfully visualized in motion pictures, the numerous dramatic episodes and tranchant incidents assume a power far surpassing that of the printed page.  Enaced by the Famous Players Stock Company, "The Heart of Midlothian," the story of a woman who would not tella lie even to save her sister's life, will be received as one of the master photo-dramas of the age.

New York U.S.A.

Pub. by Kraus Mfg. Co. N.Y.

(Note: The Brute and "The Heart of Midlothian" are not the same film.  This postcard announces that a Famous Players film from the "Heart of Midlothian" will be produced, but the film was eventually titled A Woman's Triumph.  In 1914, the same year as this postcard, the British company Hepworth produced a film from this story, so the Paramount film may have been retitled, plus "A Woman's Triumph" would have sold better in the U.S.A.)


with Malcolm Williams, Helen Hilton, and House Peters. Directed by Thomas N. Heffron. Famous Players/Paramount.

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This work (The Brute (1914), by Paramount), identified by Bruce Calvert, is free of known copyright restrictions.

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