New York : Kino International, c2008.
1 videodisc (41 min.) : sd., col. tinted ; 4 3/4 in.
First ladies, early women filmmakers
Silent films with English intertitles and musical score.
The ocean waif: Doris Kenyon, Caryle Blackwell, William Morris, Fraunie Fraunholz, Dyne Donaldson.
49-17: Joseph Girard, Leo Pierson, William J. Dyer, George Raroe, Donna Drew, Jean Hersholt.
The ocean waif: director, Alice Guy Blaché ; writer, Frederick Chapin ; photography, John G. Haas.
49-17: story, William Wallace Cook ; screenplay/director, Ruth Ann Baldwin ; photography, S.S. Norton.
Originally released as individual motion pictures in 1916 and 1917.
The ocean waif: In this film parody of the Pygmalion love story the abused young woman Millie runs away and hides in a mansion that's supposed to be haunted. The next day, author Ronald Roberts arrives in search of some peace and quiet so he can complete his novel. He moves into the mansion and Millie plays ghost until he discovers her. The two of them fall in love, but Roberts is already engaged to Beatrice, who shows up in the village with a group of his friends. Dejected, Millie leaves but Roberts goes after her and eventually returns to the city with Millie as his wife.
49-17: A judge who had taken part in the gold rush of 1849 hires an acting troupe to recreate the experience in this rather fanciful silent Western. The make-believe turns serious when a real gold-mine is discovered nearby and a local girl is kidnapped by a nasty gambler.
Ocean waif (41 min.) -- 49-17 (63 min.)
Title on container: Ocean waif plus 49-17
K603 Kino international