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A Fresh Air Romance

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Directed by  Harold M. Shaw
Country  United States
Director  Harold M. Shaw
People also search for  Hearts and Diamonds
Running time  1000 ft (approx.)
Initial release  1912
Distributed by  Edison Studios
A Fresh Air Romance
Starring  William West George Lessey Gertrude McCoy Mrs. William Bechtel John Sturgeon Leonie Flugrath
Release date  October 12, 1912 (1912-10-12)
Language  Silent English intertitles
Cast  Shirley Mason, George Lessey, Gertrude McCoy

A Fresh Air Romance is an American silent film produced by the Edison Company in 1912.



Old Dr. Fogg has been practicing medicine in the same small town for several decades when he takes his son, a recent medical school graduate, as a partner in his practice. The young doctor quickly realizes that his father's methods are outdated, and harmful, and tries to work around them. In the process, he finds romance with one of his father's patients.


The film was released in the United States on October 12, 1912. It was exhibited in Aberaman, Wales in February, 1913. Around this same time, the film was still circulating through the United States, where it was being shown in places like the Dixie Theatre in Bryan, Texas.


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