|Cast||Mrs. George W. Walters Bartley McCullum Florence Lang Eleanor Dunn Eleanor Middleton|
|Plot||Rosemary Sweet is a dear old widow of Blueberry Corners. She lives alone in her cottage, generally neglected by neighbors, and even scandalized by some through the gossip of one of the villagers, Hilda Splugg, because she accepts the advances of Henry Widdle, the physician of the village. Alice, adores Rosemary, and makes frequent visits to the sitting room of the widow. Rosemary reads that a relative has died leaving a fortune to his cousin. She supposing herself to be the cousin, communicates with the lawyers and receives a reply to come to New York and they will adjust matters. She calls on the lawyers only to be told she is not the heir referred to, that the demise was another party and no relative to hers. The dear old soul journeys hack to her country home worn out with fatigue. But at Blueberry Corners she had not been forgotten. The old physician longed for her return day after day, and Alice, the little girl, continued to make daily visits to Rosemary's cottage hoping she will return. She arrives at her cottage in a rainstorm, contracts violent illness, and lies alone in her bedroom. The next day little Alice, continuing to make her accustomed call, at last discovers the door to be unlocked, enters and finds Rosemary ill in bed. She summons the old physician, who makes the most hurried call of his life in his old rattletrap of a buggy and promptly administers medical relief. Rosemary recovers and the repentant neighbors fill her room with gifts and cheer. In her gratefulness towards the physician she finally accepts him and they become engaged, both of their lives being thus brightened in their sunsets.... search for Brightened Sunsets on IMDb|
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