The Heart of Midlothian (film)

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The Heart of Midlothian
Directed by Frank Wilson
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Distributed byHepworth Pictures
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April 1914
CountryUnited Kingdom
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The Heart of Midlothian is a 1914 British silent historical film directed by Frank Wilson and starring Flora Morris, Violet Hopson and Alma Taylor. It is an adaptation of Sir Walter Scott's 1818 novel The Heart of Midlothian . [1]

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The American company Famous Players released a rival film in May 1914 on the same subject called A Woman's Triumph .

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  1. Palmer p.521

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