"The story… opens in the sixteenth century with a scene showing the friendly relations between two neighbouring families as indicated by Roger de Hatherley and Richards Hawkins fishing the trout stream dividing their respective estates. Next we are shown their descendants at war over the fishing rights of the same stream, a family feud begins, and a love story which, although it does not run smoothly, ends happily" (Lovell Burgess 1932: 11).
Marjorie A. Lovell Burgess. “With The Cine Amateurs: Three New Cine Clubs This Week.” The Era. March 30 (1932).
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