Forget-Me-Not,' which was shown for the first time yesterday at the Queen Theatre, is a picture which makes the heart glad. 'Forget-Me-Not' is a love story, but it is more than that. It is the life story of two foundlings who find it their devotion for each other some compensation for the unkind fate. It is a Louis Burston production for Metro in which Gareth Hughes and Bessie Love play the leading roles.
Queen's Theatre: 'Forget-Me-Not'
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Forget Me Not (View more)
W.S. Van Dyke
John B. Clymer (adaptation)
Young mother Mary Gordoon is too poor to take care of her infant daughter, Ann, and leaves the child at an orphanage. Ann grows up with a crippled leg in the orphanage, and has fallen in love with a fellow orphan, Jimmy.
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