Great Northern Films, an American company which usually trafficked in foreign releases, was distributor for the Danish production The Golden Heart. Running three reels (or 45 minutes, whichever came first), the story concerned a young woman who agrees to marry a man of wealth so as to save her father from the poorhouse. This proves heartbreaking for the girl's true love, a starving artist. But romance wins out over financial practicality in the waning minutes of the third reel. Cheaply produced, The Golden Heart was no better nor worse than the typical American product of the era.
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