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The Mate of the Sally Ann

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The Mate of the Sally Ann
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Directed byHenry King
Written byElizabeth Mahoney (scenario)
Story byHenry Albert Phillips
StarringMary Miles Minter
CinematographyJohn F. Seitz
Production
company
Distributed byMutual Film
Release date
  • November 26, 1917 (1917-11-26) (United States)
Running time
5 reels
CountryUnited States
LanguageSilent (English intertitles)

The Mate of the Sally Ann (also known as Peggy Rebels)[1] is a 1917 American silent comedy-drama film directed by Henry King and starring Mary Miles Minter. As with many of Minter's features, it is thought to be a lost film.[2]

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Plot

Mary Miles Minter and George Periolat in "The Mate of the Sally Ann" (1917)

As described in various film magazine reviews,[3][4][5][6] Sally (Minter) lives with her grandfather Captain Ward (Periolat) on an old, beached schooner. Her mother died giving birth to her, without revealing the father, and her grandfather has vowed revenge on the man that he believes despoiled his daughter. In the meantime, he keeps his granddaughter isolated on the schooner, fulfilling all of the roles of the ship's "crew."

One day, when playing on the beach, Sally finds a stray dog. When the dog runs away, Sally follows it, and ends up at the lavish home of its master, Judge Gordon (Connolly). Gordon is very taken with Sally; he insists that she keeps the dog and that she comes to visit again. When she does, she meets Judge Gordon's friend Hugh Schuyler (Forrest), who is visiting to study law. Romance blossoms between them, until Captain Ward happens upon one of their meetings and chases Schuyler away.

Captain Ward tries to confine Sally to the schooner, but when Judge Ward sends her an invitation to a party, she sneaks out. The judge provides her with a beautiful dress and shoes for the first time, but the Captain, discovering her absence and the invitation, storms into the party and drags her back to the ship.

Judge Gordon meanwhile, having seen Sally in fine clothes, is struck by the resemblance between her and his lost wife. He goes to see Captain Ward to enquire about Sally's parentage, but the Captain attacks him. Sally intervenes, and is knocked unconscious by a blow. When she comes round she finds out that Judge Gordon is her father, who had secretly married her mother but then lost touch with her after illness and a miscarriage of letters. All is forgiven between the Judge and Captain, and Sally becomes the mistress of a fine new yacht and the fiancée of Hugh Schuyler.

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References

  1. ^ Alicoate, Jack W.; Darmenberg, Joseph (1922). Film Year Book. Wid's Films and Film Folks. p. 373.
  2. ^ Library of Congress American Silent Feature Film Survival Database: The Mate of the Sally Ann
  3. ^ "Reviews: Mary Miles Minter in The Mate of the Sally Ann". Exhibitors Herald. New York City: Exhibitors Herald Company. 5 (23): [1]. December 1, 1917.
  4. ^ "Current Releases Reviewed: The Mate of the Sally Ann". Motography. Chicago: Electricity Magazine Corp. 18 (23): [2]. December 8, 1917.
  5. ^ "Reviews of Current Productions: The Mate of the Sally Ann". Moving Picture World. New York City: Chalmers Publishing Company. 34 (10): [3]. December 8, 1917.
  6. ^ "Screen Examinations: The Mate of the Sally Ann". Motion Picture News. New York City: Motion Picture News, Inc. 16 (23): [4]. December 8, 1917.

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