The Galley Slave (1915)
Critic Reviews for The Galley Slave
It is the kind of tale that will keep some people on the edge of their seats and will make a lot of people yawn in sheer weariness at its absurdity.
Stuart Holmes, Claire Whitney, Henry Leone and the child wonder, Jane Lee, are all seen in Important roles and the production is in every way a noteworthy one.
Theda Bara, in the role of the deserted wife of the young artist, has unlimited opportunities to emote throughout the approximately 4,600 feet of the film, and she makes the most of them.
Summed up, The Galley Slave, endowed with a theme that could not fail to interest, gains its strength of appeal on the screen from the care and ability with which it is acted.
J. Gordon Edwards supplied a satisfactory production for a quite sensational melodrama developed along old-fashioned lines.
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