What Happened to Rosa 1921


what happened to Rosa

A fortune teller tells a store clerk with a romantic disposition that she was a Spanish noblewoman in an earlier life. The girl begins to live the part of the Spanish noblewoman and romance and comedy ensue.
Director: Victor Schertzinger
Writer: Gerald C. Duffy
Stars: Mabel Normand, Doris Pawn, Tully Marshall


Author: Old Boy

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2 thoughts on “What Happened to Rosa 1921”

  1. This was an astonishingly famous movie in its time, being based on a Saturday Evening Post story by one Pearl Curran. Pear Curran became internationally renowned under the guise of Patience Worth, supposedly the spirit of a 17th-century peasant girl who dictated literary works through an ouija board to Curran and a pal of hers. “Patience Worth’s” novels became bestsellers and were by and large well received by the critics — if memory serves me, they actually won a literary award or two.

    The theme of the movie links in with this!


    1. Well now, that is a nice little of history. The ouija board… very much part of the era of mysticism and spiritualism Yeats, Conan-Doyle, Henry Sidgwick,William Stead


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