Released in the USA on January 27 of 1920, "Suds" is a Comedy film written by Waldemar Young (scenario) , starring Mary Pickford, Albert Austin, Harold Goodwin and Rose Dione.
When was "Suds" released:
Suds was first released on Tuesday, January 27, 1920, in the United States.. This was ninety-nine (99) years ago.
What is the cast of "Suds":
At the casting of Suds we find Mary Pickford, previously seen in Heart o' the Hills (1919) and Daddy-Long-Legs (1919); Albert Austin (Shoulder Arms (1918)); Harold Goodwin (Heart o' the Hills (1919), Set Free (1918)) [ more... ]
- Mary Pickford and Rose Dione have both also be seen in Little Lord Fauntleroy, released in 1921.
- Harold Goodwin and Mary Pickford also worked together in Heart o' the Hills, released in 1919.
What is the Storyline of "Suds":
Amanda Afflick (Mary Pickford) is a poor laundry woman working in London springtime. She is too weak to do the hard work, but is always picked and humiliated by her boss Madame Didier (Rose Dione) because of her always accidentally getting in trouble. Amanda is desperately in love with the handsome customer Horace Greensmith (Albert Austin), but all of her colleagues don't think she stands a chance in being his sweetheart.
One afternoon, Amanda gets in trouble again and is forced to work all night [...]
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