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The Lonedale Operator (1911)

The Lonedale Operator
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Blanche Sweet Blanche Sweet
Daughter of the Lonedale Operator
Francis J. Grandon Francis J. Grandon
The Engineer
Wilfred Lucas Wilfred Lucas
The Fireman
Edward Dillon Edward Dillon
The Telegrapher
Charles West Charles West
The Company Agent

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Mack Sennett Mack Sennett


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The Lonedale Operator is a 1911 short American drama film directed by D. W. Griffith and written by Mack Sennett for the Biograph Company. The plot of the film involves a girl who takes over a telegraph station after her father takes ill. After the payroll for the town's mine is delivered, two drifters try to steal the money.
Release date: 23 March 1911
Tags: 1911 (2), Wrench (2), Usa (2), Short (2), Robbery (2), Train (2), Crime (1), D.W. Griffith (1), 10s (1)
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