Synopsis by Hal Erickson
D.W. Griffith dashed off the one-reel Little Angels of Luck entirely within the confines of the Bronx Biograph studios. Since the film apparently no longer exists, it is difficult to synopsize the storyline. The studio described it as "a contemporary child melodrama," which wasn't much help. Evidently, this was the story of two little girls who brought a ray of hope to a luckless adult couple. It isn't known who played the "little angels," but Mary Pickford, who at age 17 had already moved onto adult roles, wasn't one of them.