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Directed by

Lois Weber

Lois Weber

The Wife
Val Paul

Val Paul

The Husband
Douglas Gerrard

Douglas Gerrard

The Pursuer
Sam Kaufman

Sam Kaufman

The Tramp
Lon Chaney

Lon Chaney

A Hobo

Written by
Lois Weber

Lois Weber


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An isolated house in deserted area is too remote for a servant, who leaves a note, quietly exits the back door, and puts the key under the mat. Alone in the house is a mother and her infant. A tramp watches the servant leave, then begins to skulk. The woman sees him outside as he discovers the latchkey.
Release date: 6 July 1913
1913 (2), Fear (1), Threat (1), Danger (1), Misfortune (1), Baby (1), Mother (1), Hobo (1), Car Chase (1), Usa (1), Short Film (1), 1910s (1), Silent (1)
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Visually Exceptional Films, B&W 4:3 (135 movies items)

"An early suspense short that reminds me of later filmmaking styles of Mario Bava, Brian De Palma and Alfred Hitchcock. Early use of split-screen for example is fantastic. "