Edison's Minister's Daughter was what was known in the trade as a "B'gosh" drama -- that is, a film in which a former reprobate reforms to the extent of solving the problems of the rest of the characters. The protagonist is a reform-minded minister, who does a great job rehabilitating the town drunkard. Unfortunately, the minister is not so kindly disposed towards his own daughter, who earlier left home to become (gasp!) an actress. The minister and his daughter are at last reconciled through the intervention of the ex-drunkard, who is now the town's leading citizen. The Minister's Daughter was originally released on a double bill with the Edison "educational" subject Expert Glass Blowers.
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