Falling Leaves

Falling Leaves is a 1912 American silent short film by Alice Guy-Blaché, produced at Solax Studios. Starring Solax stock actors, the story concerns a child's earnest effort to keep her dying sister alive by naive means.


In the opening scene, Dr. Headley demonstrates the success of his cure for consumption. He is congratulated by his colleagues.


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    director Alice Guy-Blaché
    genre drama
    keywords begin consumption open string tuberculosis
    producer Alice Guy-Blaché
    productionCompany Solax Studios
    theme short