Enoch Arden (1915)
Mutual Master Pictures Kozy Theatre, Eureka, Ill.
Matinee Sat. Coming
December 25, 1915
A FOUR-REEL MUTUAL MASTERPIECE
Lillian Gish as Annie Lee
In the Majestic's great Production of Tennyson's Masterpiece, "Enoch Arden"
The Story of Enoch Arden
lines of cliff breaking have left a chasm;
Thus began the friendship of these playmates, which grew stronger with the coming years. When Enoch and Annie were married, Philip remained the loyal friend of both, even after the news came that Enoch was lost at sea. For ten years Annie mourned her husband, then listened to Philip's pleading and wed him for her children's sake. When Enoch finally returned -- for he had been shipwrecked upon a lonely island -- he too was loyal to his wife and friend and Annie never knew. And a year later alone -- but not forgotten -- he passed to his reward.
A Mutual Masterpiece
A Beautiful Film of the Celebrated Poem by LORD ALFRED TENNYSON
Produced by the Majestic Motion Picture Corporation
WILL SHORTLY BE PRESENTED AT THIS THEATRE
With Three Popular Stars
Lillian Gish Alfred Paget Wallace Reid
and a Large Supporting Company
A MUTUAL MASTERPIECE
BASED ON THE FAMOUS POEM BY LORD ALFRED TENNYSON
Tears will rise from the heart and glistenin the eyes as you watch the succession of beautiful scenes in this wonderful motion picture. Yet, happiness is the keynote in the great English poet's Ideal Story of Love and Friendship
The old fishing village where the happy incidents in this familiar old romance take place -- the curious dress and customs of that bygone period -- the splendid types of simple fisher folks -- the atmosphere of the narrative -- all are faithfully portrayed. And the leading characters -- Annie and Philip and Enoch -- are true to your highest conceptions of them because they are acted by Players Whom You Know So Well
LILLIAN GISH ALFRED PAGET WALLACE REID
There is the sound of the sea in every scene of this sweetl-sad drama and its splendid appeal will reach the heart of every lover of the best in film productions.
Most of the Play is Pictured in the Open with the ocean and sky as the background, or the tropical palms that sheltered the castaway, Enoch Arden, on the lonely island, where he spent ten long, weary years eating his heart out in racking solutude. There is a quaint eighteenth century street with an old mill in the distance -- but why attempt to describe one of the latest and best "Mutual Masterpictures" that no doubt you saw
ADVERTISED IN THE SATURDAY EVENING POST
with Lillian Gish, Alfred Paget and Wallace Reid. Directed by Christy Cabanne. Reliance/Mutual.
More Information on this film...
Dorothy and Lillian Gish, by Lillian Gish, page 49.
Dreams for Sale: The Rise and Fall of the Triangle Film Corporation, by Kalton C. Lahue, page 121.
Last Modified August 17, 2012