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Part One. The first reel opens with the departure of the ship Pharaon from Marseilles, with Dantes and Danglars, the man who later incomes his deadly rival, as supercargo. During the voyage... See full summary »

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Danglars (as Wm. T. Santshi)
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Caderouse.
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James Robert Chandler ...
Captain LeClerc (as Robert Chandler)
George Hernandez ...
Napoleon
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Morrell (as Nicholas Cogley)
William Hutchinson ...
M. Dantes
Roy Watson ...
Villefort
Frank Clark ...
Nortier
Fred Huntley ...
Abbe Faria (as Fred Huntly)
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Haidee
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Carconte
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Fernand (as Al E. Garcia)
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Part One. The first reel opens with the departure of the ship Pharaon from Marseilles, with Dantes and Danglars, the man who later incomes his deadly rival, as supercargo. During the voyage the captain dies. At the moment of his death he gives the charge of the ship to Dantes, and also entrusts to him the secret message to Napoleon, with the imperial ring which will admit him to private audience with the illustrious exile. Dantes succeeds in his mission to Napoleon, and sails back to France with a communication from Napoleon to Noirtier, who dispatched the original missive. On arrival at Marseilles, Danglars tries to get the command of the Pharaon away from Dantes, but Morrel, the ship owner, is well satisfied with Dantes, and gives him his captain's papers. Dantes, after an affectionate reunion with his old father, visits his sweetheart, Mercedes. Fernand, a fiery young fisherman, who has been trying to win her for himself, is much incensed at Dantes' return. He discovers Danglars' ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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14 October 1912 (USA)  »

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The Count of Monte Cristo  »

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