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The Unchanging Sea

(1910)

directed by D.W. Griffith, 14 minutes

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Filmed near Santa Monica, THE UNCHANGING SEA is a dramatic one-reeler starring a number of Griffith regulars (including the legendary Mary Pickford). Adapted from the poem "The Three Fishers" by Charles Kingsley.

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Created 7 months ago.

Nice tribute to D.W. Griffith

Created over 1 year ago.

A film to pull the heartstrings, based on Kingley's "The Three Fishers". Not one of Mary Pickford's better parts. She has an amazing range and subtlety for a silent film actor. Griffith's direction is simularly uninspired.