(Solax Film Company, 1912)
Algie, an effeminate and flamboyant young man, wants to marry the daughter of Harry Lyons, but Lyons won't approve until Algie proves himself to be a man. Algie heads west to try his hand at prospecting and soon finds himself under the tutelage of Big Jim, a rough and brawny miner who before long begins to depend on Algie as much as Algie depends on him.
This copy of Algie the Miner is more complete than the version that aired on TCM.
Starring Billy Quirk
Directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
|Algie Allmore||· · ·||Billy Quirk|
|Dowager||· · ·||Mary Foy|
|Director||· · ·||Alice Guy-Blaché|
|Producer||· · ·||Alice Guy-Blaché|
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