Emmy Of Stork's Nest

Emmy Of Storks Nest is considered to be a lost film.

U.S.A. Release: October 11, 1915
Also released under the title "Stork's Nest"

Produced by: Metro-Columbia-Rolfe
Distributed by: Metro Pictures Corporation
Directed by: William Nigh
Written by: J. Breckenridge Ellis

Black & White
Silent
Five Reels
Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format

Cast:
Mary Miles Minter as Emmy Garrett
Niles Welch as Benton Cabot
Charles Prince as Bije Stork
William Cowper as Si Stork
Mathilde Brundage as Crisshy Stork (as Mrs. Brundage)
Martin Faust as Jim Whitlicks
Mr. Cowles as Hicky Price
R.A. Bresee as Hiram Garrett

Synopsis:
Emmy Garrett, played by Mary Miles Minter, is a naive tomboy from the Delaware Mountains. She meets, and falls in love with, Benton Cabot. Cabot is a wealthy young man from the city and his well-off family, naturally, disapproves of the romance with Emmy. Despite his family's resistance, they marry and a happy ending ensues.

Notes:
* Emmy of Stork's Nest was filmed on location at the Delaware Water Gap.

* The film was also released as "Storks Nest". It was based on the novel by John Breckenridge Ellis who was a prolific writer of historical romances.

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