The Village Blacksmith

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The Village Blacksmith


The Village Blacksmith

Release Date: November 01, 1922

Year    :   1922
Slogan    :   «It Will Surely Carry You Back To Your Childhood Days»
Genres    :   Drama, Romance
Production Companies    :   Fox Film Corporation
Director    :   John Ford
Producers    :   
Writers    :   Paul Sloane
RunTime    :   11 mins.

(survived only 10 minutes) As young men, the squire (Marshall) and the village blacksmith (Walling) are in love with the same woman (Boardman), whom the blacksmith marries. This angers the squire. Years later, the squire's son Anson (Yearsley) dares the blacksmith's son Johnnie (Hackathorne) to climb a tree, from which he falls and is crippled. As adults, Anson and the blacksmith's daughter Alice (Valli) fall in love, which angers the blacksmith, who chastises his daughter. The blacksmith's other son Bill (Butler) returns from college and is injured in a train accident. Anson steals $480 from a church fund which is currently in Alice's possession. Alice is struck by lightning. The blacksmith take Anson and the squire to church where they both repent.

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