~The Goddess of Lost Lake~
1918
~26-15 Louise Glaum~
~26-18 Louise Glaum & Lawson Butt~
~26-22 Lawson Butt & Louise Glaum~
~Frank Lanning & Louise Glaum~
~26-28 Louise Glaum~
~Plot Synopsis~
At The Grand, Today and Saturday, Louise Glaum in "The Goddess Of Lost Lake

For a picture of wild life, Indians and prospectors, Louise Glaum as a quarter-breed Indian, and quite a
wardrobe of pretty and up-to-date clothes in "The Goddess of Lost Lake," her latest play, showing at the
Grand theater today and Saturday.

The secret of how an Indian girl appears in ultra-modern clothes in this picture is that she attends an
eastern college and there she gets familiar with another life from which she is accustomed. When she
returns to her father's log cabin in the mountains she has a wardrobe of everything from evening
creations to the blanket, buckskin and beads of a typical squaw, with something extra fetching in the line
of divided riding skirts between these two extremes of apparel.

The girl's white woman's airs delight her father, overawe his Indian housekeeper, and are met with the
unspoken disapproval of Eagle, her Indian uncle. But when the hero, an Englishman, appears on the
scene, and for shear mischief she meets him in the riggings of a squaw, with a squaw's typical stolidity,
there begins all sorts of fun, which lightens the big, serious drama and the suspense that obtains
throughout the picture.

"The Goddess of Lost Lake," was produced at the Brunton studios in Los Angeles under the direction of
Wallace Worsley, the direction of all of Miss Glaum's pictures on the Hodkinson program.~

~Hamilton Evening Journal, Friday, March 28, 1919~
Directed by: Wallace Worsley

Written by:
Jack Cunningham  - scenario

Based on the story by M. Van de Water
~Cast~

Louise Glaum ...  Mary Thorne
Lawson Butt ...  Mark Hamilton (as W. Lawson Butt)
Hayward Mack ...  Chester Martin
Joseph J. Dowling ...  Marshall Thorne
Frank Lanning ...  Eagle
Monte Blue ...  (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Produced by:
Louise Glaum Organization &
Robert Brunton Productions

Released by: W.W. Hodkinson

Cinematography by: L. Guy Wilky

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 50 minutes
Released: October 14, 1918
Filmed in Big Bear Lake, Big Bear Valley, San Bernardino National Forest, California, USA &
Pinecrest Resort, San Bernardino Mountains, California, USA
~Louise Glaum~
~Louise Glaum~
~Louise Glaum~
~Louise Glaum~