|Cast||Blanche Sweet Edwin August Edna Foster Joseph Graybill Kate Bruce Claire McDowell Frank Evans Alfred Paget|
|Plot||Schoolteacher Edith breaks off her engagement after an argument with her fiancé. She writes him a note of reconciliation but throws it away. Without her knowledge, one of her students fishes it out of the trash and sends it to her fiancé. Later, Edith is alone grading papers when a man bursts in and threatens her.... see A Country Cupid on IMDb|
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|The Nickelodia series is dedicated to the proposition that there's a lot more to the nickelodeon era than just The Lonedale Operator. Here are the contents of this edition:|
1. A Country Cupid (Biograph, July 24, 1911). Directed by D. W. Griffith. Starring Blanche Sweet and Edna Foster.
2. The Adventures of Billy (Biograph, October 19, 1911). Directed by D. W. Griffith. Starring Donald Crisp, Edna Foster, Dell Henderson, and featuring a cameo appearance by director Griffith.
3. The Charge of the Light Brigade (Edison, October 11, 1912). Directed by J. Searle Dawley. Starring Ben Wilson, James Gordon and Richard Neill.
4. The Egyptian Mummy (Vitagraph, December 16, 1914). Directed by Lee Beggs. Starring Billy Quirk, Constance Talmadge, Lee Beggs and Joel Day.
5. In the Tennessee Hills (Kay-Bee, February 12, 1915). Supervised by Thomas Ince. Directed by James Vincent. Starring Charles Ray, Enid Markey and Clyde Tracy.
6. Broncho Billy's Sentence (Essanay, February 13, 1915). Directed by G. M. Anderson. Starring G. M. Anderson, Carl Stockdale and Virginia True Boardman.
All films are complete and feature piano scores by Frederick Hodges.
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