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  1. Polly of the Storm Country is a lost 1920 American drama film directed by Arthur Rosson and written by Frank Mitchell Dazey. The film stars Mildred Harris, Emory Johnson, Charlotte Burton, Harry Northrup, Ruby Lafayette, and Maurice Valentin. It is based on the 1920 novel Storm Country Polly by Grace Miller White.

    • Chaplin-Mayer Pictures Company
    • Louis B. Mayer
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  3. Polly of the Storm Country: Directed by Arthur Rosson. With Mildred Harris, Emory Johnson, Charlotte Burton, Harry Northrup. The Hopkinses are a family of squatters struggling against the wealthy landowners or "hilltoppers." When Jerry Hopkins is unjustly imprisoned, his young wife and baby die as a result of the shock, but his sister Polly ...

    • Arthur Rosson
    • 1920-04-04
    • Drama, Romance
    • 50
  4. When Jerry Hopkins is unjustly imprisoned, his young wife and baby die as a result of the shock, but his sister Polly maintains the faith that has been instilled in her by her grandmother. Later, Polly meets hilltopper Robert Robertson and the two fall in love. Their courtship is disrupted when Robert's sister Evelyn is blackmailed by Oscar ...

  5. Polly Hopkins belongs to a family of squatters living in Silent City. The poor squatters are constantly at odds with the wealthy «hilltoppers,» but Polly’s grandmother has gone against popular opinion by teaching Polly to love everybody. Polly keeps the faith, even when her sister’s husband is railroaded into jail.

  6. Polly of the Storm Country 1920 Directed by Arthur Rosson “Oh God, don’t take my Granny from me” Polly Hopkins belongs to a family of squatters living in Silent City. The poor squatters are constantly at odds with the wealthy “hilltoppers,” but Polly’s grandmother has gone against popular opinion by teaching Polly to love everybody.

  7. Posters 1 Polly Hopkins belongs to a family of squatters living in Silent City. The poor squatters are constantly at odds with the wealthy "hilltoppers," but Polly's grandmother has gone against popular opinion by teaching Polly to love everybody. Polly keeps the faith, even when her sister's husband is railroaded into jail.