The Spanish Parrot-Girl (1913)

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This early silent melodrama starred Amy Trask, "the lovely soubrette of the Selig Polyscope Company," as a Spanish senorita who falls in love with a dashing American adventurer (Harold Lockwood) whose mother (Eugenie Besserer) doesn't approve. The Spanish Parrot-Girl was but one of many Selig one and two-reelers directed by Lem Parker, a stage veteran hailing from St. Louis, MO.