Through the Back Door (1921)





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As a small child, Jeanne Brodamere (Mary Pickford) is abducted from her American parents by a Belgian peasant. When World War I breaks out, she is sent to the United States to be reunited with her birth parents. Jeanne is accompanied by two orphans and is forced to work as a maid when the socially elite block the identity of her parents to her. She saves her employer from a blackmail scheme and falls in love with Billy (John Harron), the boy next door. Billy rescues her from the blackmailers and helps her find her parents in this routine drama.
Classics , Drama
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Mary Pickford
as Jeanne
Gertrude Astor
as Hortense
Adolphe Menjou
as James Brewster
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This mother and daughter drama is a predictable, yet sweet, story. Pickford does an okay job in a role she often played. The rest of the cast seem to be possibly non-actors, with the exception of Menjou, of course. Overall, it's an okay movie.

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