From the Bottom of the Sea (1911) Online
It has to do with the love affair of an ensign on a submarine boat and the daughter of a lieutenant, his superior officer. The scene is laid in the U.S. Navy and a genuine submarine boat was placed at the disposal of the director in the filming of the picture. The young ensign loves the daughter of the lieutenant and his love is returned. The lieutenant has other aspirations and tells the young man to win his stripes before he will consider his suit. The lover is not crestfallen as he is ambitious and the girl is willing to wait. A French army officer also loves the girl but, while he is favored by the father, the girl despises him. The lieutenant receives a message from naval headquarters commanding him to take charge of the submarine boat on a cruise and to further instruct the ensign in his duties. Prior to his going abroad the ensign kindly shows the Frenchman, his rival, over the boat. The villain, anxious to avenge himself on the young man, steals the valve handle off the ...
|William E. Shay||-||Billy - the Young Ensign|
|Ethel Grandin||-||Billy's Sweetheart|
|Edward LeSaint||-||The Lieutenant|
|Mary Pickford||-||Undetermined Role (unconfirmed)|
|Charles Arling||-||Undetermined Role (unconfirmed)|