Break, Break, Break (film)
|Break, Break, Break|
Still from Break, Break, Break
|Directed by||Harry A. Pollard|
|Written by||Sydney Ayres|
|American Film Manufacturing Company|
|Distributed by||Mutual Film Corporation|
|Release date(s)||September 9, 1914|
It was described by Moving Picture World shortly after its release:
A pretty picture telling an idyillic love story; it should go very well; for, though it depends on sentiment rather than on thrilling dramatic suspense, it holds the attention strongly and is filled with the atmosphere of the good, old-time stories and poems. The costumes are of the mid-Victorian period in rural England. Many of its scenes are as charming as good pictures. The acting is also excellent quality. Vivian Rich is the heroine; Harry Von Meter, the hero, and Jack Richardson, the light villain. Much of the action is among the hay fields and then the seashore.
Break, Break, Break was a single-reel film produced by the American Film Manufacturing Company and released on September 9, 1914 through the Mutual Film Corporation, which distributed 58 prints.
- B. Reeves Eason as Grandfather Day
- William Garwood as Tom Day, a son of the People
- Louise Lester as Mary Elizabeth Day, Tom's mother
- Jack Richardson as Dan Moore, a son of the Rich
- Vivian Rich as June, the adopted daughter
- Harry von Meter as Squire Moore, wealth land owner
- "Break! Break! Break!". Chicago History Museum. Retrieved from University of California, Santa Barbara reproduction on September 7, 2009.
- "Break! Break! Break!". Moving Picture World. September 19, 1914.
- "Break! Break! Break!", University of California, Santa Barbara. Retrieved on September 7, 2009.
- "Motion Pictures 1912–1939". Catalog of Copyright Entries. United States Copyright Office. 1951. p. 89.
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