A Woman's Triumph (1914)
HEART OF MIDLOTHIAN" Sir Walter Scott's Greatest Play in MOTION PICTURES
THE WORDS OF THE BIBLE BRING COMFORT TO EFFIE.
Betty Harte (left) and Laura Sawyer (right).
(NOTE: 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.)
Malcolm Williams, one of the greatest character delineators of the Aerican stage, makes his initial appearance in motion pictures in "The Brute," the famous drama of a strong man's triumph over a woman's pride, by Frederic Arnold Kummer. "The Brute" is an intense, vital drama of today and all the time. It is a powerful portrayal of the world-old conflict of the sexes. Presented with a notable cast and the care for detail characteristic of the Famous Players Film Company, the production will make a lasting impression.
New York U.S.A.
Pub. by Kraus Mfg. Co. N.Y.
(Note: The Brute and A Woman's Triumph ("The Heart of Midlothian") are not the same film. Either this was a printing mistake, or the poscards for these two films were ment to cross-plug the other film. The reverse sides of other Famous Players postcards usually describe the film portrayed on the front of the postcard.
with Laura Sawyer, Betty Harte and George Moss. Directed by J. Searle Dawley. Famous Players/Paramount.
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