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Film still of the wedding of Enoch and Annie
|Directed by||Christy Cabanne|
|Written by||D. W. Griffith|
|Based on||"Enoch Arden"
|Distributed by||Mutual Films Corporation|
Enoch Arden is a 1915 American short drama film directed by Christy Cabanne. It is based on the poem "Enoch Arden" by Tennyson. A print of the film exists at the George Eastman House Motion Picture Collection.
Based on a summary in a film magazine, Enoch, Annie, and Walter grow up as friends. Later, Annie decides to marry Enoch, but Walter, though bitter about the decision, remains their friend. Enoch and Annie have two children. Then business takes Enoch on a sailing voyage, which he states will take less than one year, and he asks Walter to look over his family while he is gone. Enoch does not return, and Walter dutifully cares after Enoch's wife and children. After ten years word comes of a wreck seen in the Pacific, and everyone believes Enoch has died. Walter and Annie then marry. One night a stranger comes to the house and through a window sees Walter, Annie, and the children happy. The stranger, who is Enoch, finds an old woman who tells him what happened. Enoch tells her to keep his secret, and then leaves. He later dies with a smile on his face.
The film is recognized by American Film Institute in these lists:
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