Uncle Tom's Cabin.
Eliza is a slave who flees a Kentucky plantation after her son and a dignified father figure, Uncle Tom, are sold to a rival landowner. Her Dickensian quest eventually places her in the backwater kingdom of the sadistic Simon Legree. But the film's most memorable sequence is Eliza's flight to freedom across a treacherous ice floe (a staple of the many stage productions, which D.W. Griffith shamelessly appropriated for his 1920 film Way Down East).
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