|Genres||Drama Romance Short|
|Director||Lawrence B. McGill|
|Cast||Fritzi Brunette Thomas R. Mills Virginia Westbrook|
|Plot||The girl's father wants her to marry her rich suitor, but she loves the poor one. One evening, both young men are calling on the girl. Her father is all attention to the rich fellow. The girl puts a record into the phonograph and she and her sweetheart sit back in the shadows as "Annie Laurie" is played. The father's face softens; he sees himself a young man courting his sweetheart back in the early sixties. The Civil War breaks: he goes off in a Union uniform, carrying a knot of ribbon from the girl, and the last thing he remembers is her voice singing the old familiar "Annie Laurie." He is wounded and taken to the house of a Southern girl who cares for him and sends for the Northern girl and her father. When they arrive he does not know them, until the girl, inspired by a sudden thought, kneels at his bedside and sings "Annie Laurie" to him. Then he remembers and they are soon in close embrace. At this point in his dream the old man awakens. The phonograph is still playing "Annie Laurie." The young lovers, in their dim corner, are oblivious to all but themselves. Remembering the days of his own romance, the father suggests to the rich suitor that they leave the young pair alone.... search for Annie Laurie on IMDb|
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