Hearts in Exile (1915)

Advertising herald for HEARTS IN EXILE (1915) with Clara Kimball Young and Montague Love

WORLD FILM Corporation
Lewis J. Selznick
Vice Pres. Genl. Mgr.

Presents
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
in

"HEARTS IN EXILE"

Hope Ivanova, the daughter of a Russian patriot, who died shil'st serving a term of imprisonment for promulgating doctrines of humanity and political freedom, has devoted her life to carryin on the work amongst the poorer classes.

She is a girl of high moral character, steadfast in her principle and unshakable in determination.

Her hand is sought in marriage by two men, who although their stations in life are wide apart, are loyal friends: One, Paul Pavlow, is a poor student, and the other Serge Palma is a wealthy scion of Russian aristocracy. Hope accepts the latter in order that her work will not be hampered by lack of money.

The Chief of Police, cruel, relentless and lascivious has met Hope, and attracted by her beauty and virtue, determines to possess her, and to this end has had her husband sentenced to fifteen years in Siberia and his friend to five years in East Russia, on false charges.

Hope however, is proof against all his advances and makes a long journey to Siberia to join her husband in exile. After many months of travel, during which she suffers endless privations, she arrives, not to find her husband, but her lover, who ina spirit of wonderful self-sacrifice, actuated by his high souled love for Hope and deep friendship for Serge, has exchanged sentences.

The end of the story is replete with thrills and heart throbs and in the role of Hope Ivanova, Clara Kimball Young has a part in which her strong powers of characterization are demonstrated and to which she gives a remarkable and powerful interpretation.

EDELMAN

WORLD FILM CORPORATION
Lewis J. Selznick, Vice Pres. & Genl. Mgr.
130 West 46th Street     NEW YORK


Advertising herald for HEARTS IN EXILE (1915) with Clara Kimball Young and Montague Love

WORLD FILM CORPORATION
Lewis J. Selznick V. Pres. & Genl. Mgr.
Presents
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
in
HEARTS IN EXILE

Picturized and Directed By James Young
From the Novel by John Oxenham
and Play by Owen Davis
A Shubert Feature in 5 Acts


with Clara Kimball Young, Montagu Love and Claude Fleming. Directed by Directed by James Young. World Film.

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This work (Hearts in Exile (1915), by World Film), identified by Bruce Calvert, is free of known copyright restrictions.

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