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Lieutenant Jones (1913)

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A drama of regeneration: A young lieutenant is rehabilitated by the Indians.

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Harold Lockwood ...
Lt. Jones
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Mary Thompson
Al Ernest Garcia ...
Capt. Stanleigh
James Robert Chandler ...
Colonel Cartright
Eugenie Besserer ...
Mrs. Cartright
Al W. Filson
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Col. Stanleigh is a "sporty" individual, infatuated with Mary Thompson, the sister-in-law of the post commandant, and the daughter of an old reprobate addicted to cups and cards. Mary loves Lieut. Jones. This fact infuriates Stanleigh, who plans dire revenge on both. Old Thompson, heavily indebted to Stanleigh, is induced by him to rob the safe of the monthly pay roll. Jones frustrates this plan, but is not disposed to ruin the weak old man, on account of the love he bears for his daughter. Stanleigh discovers this and diverts suspicion toward Jones, who is tried, convicted and sentenced. An Indian uprising calls the garrison away from the fort. Lieut. Jones rides out alone, disgraced. He discovers the ruse of the Indians in time to make a desperate ride, get in touch with the misguided troops, and get them back to save the post Poor old Thompson, mortally wounded, confesses his crime. This exonerates Jones and implicates Stanleigh. The lovers are again united and Stanleigh loses his ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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13 May 1913 (USA)  »

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