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The Professor's Ward: An orphaned young woman rejects her appointed suitor and falls in love with her guardian.

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Released: June 08, 1911
Genres: Drama Romance Short
Director: Harry Solter
Actors: Albert McGovern Arthur V Johnson Ethel Elder Florence Lawrence

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