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The music master

Author: Charles Klein; David Belasco; Grosset & Dunlap.
Publisher: New York : Grosset & Dunlap, ©1909.
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Anton von Barwig, formerly an orchestra leader in Vienna, searches for his daughter who was taken from him by his wife many years before. Out of pride, he refuses help and is gradually forced to sell all his belongings. After being fleeced for years by a detective, he meets Helene Stanton, who is his long-lost daughter. She comes into his life as a charming young society girl seeking music lessons for her fiancé,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Photoplay Editions
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Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Klein, Charles, 1867-1915.
Music master.
New York : Grosset & Dunlap, c1909
(OCoLC)610627147
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Klein; David Belasco; Grosset & Dunlap.
OCLC Number: 191852849
Notes: Former owner inscription crossed out.
Corners bumped, spine frayed.
"Lois Moran & Neil Hamilton were the leads in this Fox silent"--Davis, p. 155.
Movie Tie-In (MTI), including stills and promotional material.
Description: 341 p., [8] leaves of plates ; 20 cm.
Responsibility: by Charles Klein, novelized from the play as produced by David Belasco ; illustrated with scenes from the photoplay a William Fox production.

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Anton von Barwig, formerly an orchestra leader in Vienna, searches for his daughter who was taken from him by his wife many years before. Out of pride, he refuses help and is gradually forced to sell all his belongings. After being fleeced for years by a detective, he meets Helene Stanton, who is his long-lost daughter. She comes into his life as a charming young society girl seeking music lessons for her fiancé, Beverly Cruger, a boy of promising musical talents; sensing his kinship with her, Barwig finally confronts her foster father, who had run away with his wife in Vienna. Though her father is persuaded to make the sacrifice of effacing himself so as not to ruin her chance for social success, she discovers the relationship and brushes social considerations aside to be reunited with him.

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