Carolyn of the Corners

Carolyn of the Corners

Carolyn of the Corners is a 1919 American silent drama film directed by Robert Thornby, and starring Bessie Love, Charles Edler, and Charlotte Mineau.


Young Carolyn May Cameron (Love), is orphaned when her parents are lost at sea. She and her dog Prince leave the family's Harlem flat to go to live with her uncle Joe (Edler) in Maine. She becomes friends with her uncle's former fiancee, Amanda (Mineau), and slowly helps repair their relationship.

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    contentLocation Manhattan
    director Robert Thornby
    genre drama
    keywords forest fire harlem lost at sea married orphan trap
    producer Anderson-Brunton
    productionCompany Pathé Exchange
    publisher Pathé Exchange