Released on January 18 of 1915 in the USA, "Mignon" is a Drama film directed by Alexander E. Beyfuss, and written by Johann Wolfgang Goethe (novel), Charles Kenyon (scenario), Jules Barbier (opera libretto) and Michel Carri (opera libretto) . Beatriz Michelena is starring, alongside House Peters, Clara Beyers, Mrs. Frank Hollins, Belle Bennett and Rollin Warwick.

Directed by:
Alexander E. Beyfuss
Johann Wolfgang Goethe
Charles Kenyon
Opera libretto:
Jules Barbier and Michel Carri
George Middleton


The nobleman Lothario seduces Musette, the daughter of Giarno, the leader of the nearby Gypsy camp. When Musette learns that Lothario is married and has a baby, Mignon, she jumps off a cliff. For revenge, Giarno kidnaps Mignon. After Lothario's wife dies of grief, Lothario becomes a mad, wandering minstrel. When Mignon is sixteen, the young nobleman Wilhelm Meister, seeing her mistreatment, buys Mignon from Giarno. Mignon falls in love with Wilhelm, but she believes that he loves the actress Filina. At a [...]



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"Mignon" was initially released on Monday, January 18, 1915, in the United States.

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