• 电影名称 The Magic Flower

  •  类型  短片 / 戏剧 / 奇幻
  •  国家  美国
  •  语言  英语
  • 上映时间 January 1910 (USA)

剧情简介:

Marjorie and her mother are evicted from their house. Marjorie, in desperation, decides to beg for food. She receives two pieces of bread. Marjorie gives her share of the bread to the good fairy, who is disguised as a beggar woman. Marjorie receives the magic flower, which will grant any wish. Marjorie's mother revived. Marjorie and her mother, homeless, take refuge in the park. The magic flower is used, and it works wonders. Marjorie and her mother have everything they wish. Now Marjorie wishes for playmates. Ten years later, Marjorie has one more wish granted. Marjorie and the Prince are married and they live happily ever after.
Scene I: First we see the beautiful Magic Flower itself, and as its fragrant petals slowly unfold, it discloses the radiant, happy face of Little Marjorie, the heroine of our story, who begs your indulgence while the story proceeds. Scene IIL Marjorie and Her Mother are Evicted from Their Home. Scene III: Marjorie, in Desperation, Decides to Beg for Food. Scene IV: Marjorie Receives Two Pieces of Bread. Scene V: Marjorie Gives Her Share of Bread to the Good Fairy, Who Is Disguised as a Beggar Woman. Scene VI: Marjorie Receives the Magic Flower, Which Will Grant Any Wish. As Marjorie came running down the path she noticed what appeared to be an old beggar woman, who stopped her and begged for a bite to eat. Now Marjorie only had two slices of bread, one for her mother and one for herself, and she was very hungry too, but out of sympathy for the old woman she gave her her own share of the bread and started away. But the old woman stopped her again and waving her staff, which was really a fairy's wand, she caused a beautiful flower to suddenly grow on a bush by the side of the path, which she plucked and gave to Marjorie, telling her that it would grant her any wish. Marjorie accepted the flower and thanking the old woman hurried to take the remaining piece of bread back to her mother. The old woman then transformed herself back to the good fairy and gazed fondly after her. Scene VII: Marjorie's Mother Revived. Scene VIII: Marjorie and Her Mother, Homeless, Take Refuge in the Park. Scene IX: The Golden Loaf. The Magic Flower Works Wonders. Marjorie found the Magic Flower on the ground where it had fallen from her lap and remembering what the old beggar woman had said about its power to grant any wish, decided to try it and wish for bread. The wish was no sooner uttered than a loaf of bread appeared in her lap. Marjorie was so startled that she hastened to waken her mother and showed her the bread and the Magic Flower, and told her all about how she got them. And when she broke the loaf of bread in two to share it with her mother, lo and behold! it was filled with golden coin. Their happiness was unbounded and they laughed and cried all in the same breath. The wonder of it even made them forget their hunger. Marjorie kissed and loved the Magic Flower while her mother busied herself picking up the coin which she placed in the pocket of her apron. By this time Marjorie was so taken with the wonders and possibilities of the Magic Flower that she decided to wish again, and noticing her mother's shabby garments wished that her mother was better clothed. "No sooner spoken than done." There stood her mother beautifully dressed. With all this good fortune Marjorie never once thought of herself, until her mother called her attention to her own poor rags of clothes. One more wish, and Marjorie was as beautifully dressed as her mother. Their happiness was unbounded. Scene X: In the Greenhouse. Marjorie Now Wealthy. Wishes for Playmates. Scene IX: Ten Years Later. Marjorie Has One More Wish Gratified. The years rolled on, and Marjorie grew to be a beautiful young lady. The Magic Flower had granted wish after wish until there did not seem to be anything left to wish for, but one day she was standing on the beautiful terrace overlooking her magnificent estate, when there suddenly appeared before her the Prince of her dreams. She had unconsciously expressed a wish which the Magic Flower immediately granted. The Prince was an ardent lover and soon won Marjorie's heart completely. Scene XII: And They Lived Happily Ever Afterward. And so the Prince brought her to his beautiful palace, and as he clasped her in his arms, and the dear little flower girls and pages entwined them in a garland of flowers, her happiness was complete and she felt sure that there was nothing more on earth that she could wish for.
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