A Lodging for the Night (1912)

05/09/1912 (US) Drama 17m
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Dick Logan, a young writer, stops at a little border town and takes lodging at the Mexican Inn. Two tramps see the amount of money he has and plan to steal it. In the town he befriends a Mexican girl by stopping her uncle from beating her for having broken a water jar. Retiring to his room, he is awakened by the two tramps breaking into his room. He steals out and gets lodging at a nearby house, which happens to be the home of the Mexican girl and her uncle. The tramps follow him and try again. The girl, however, saves him from harm, and it looks as if Dick had found a real heroine for a real romance.

  1. D.W. Griffith

    Director

  2. George Hennessy

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Charles West

    Charles West

    Dick Logan

  2. Mary Pickford

    Mary Pickford

    The Mexican Girl

  3. Charles Hill Mailes

    Charles Hill Mailes

    The Mexican Girl's Father

  4. Frank Opperman

    Frank Opperman

    The Owner of the Gambling Hall

  5. Frank Evans

    The Gambler

  6. W.C. Robinson

    The Bartender / A Deputy

  7. Robert Harron

    Robert Harron

    The Victim / In Gambling Hall

  8. Mae Marsh

    Mae Marsh

    First Mexican Couple - the Woman

  9. Christy Cabanne

    Christy Cabanne

    First Mexican Couple - the Man (as W. Christy Cabanne)

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A Lodging for the Night
A Lodging for the Night

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Original Language English

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