Winthrop Clavering a mystery writer, is continually ridiculed for the fiction of the crimes he depicts, so he decides to solve a case himself. To that end, he determines to find the slayer ... See full summary »

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John Emerson ...
Winthrop Clavering
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Jack Howell
Iva Shepard ...
Juanita (as Iva Shepherd)
Francis Byrne ...
Victor Holt
Hal Clarendon ...
Morton
Dodson Mitchell ...
Bill Flynn
Edouard Durand ...
Savelli (as Edward Durand)
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Winthrop Clavering a mystery writer, is continually ridiculed for the fiction of the crimes he depicts, so he decides to solve a case himself. To that end, he determines to find the slayer of Pedro Alvarez, who whispered before dying that his assailant was a woman. At the City Refuge for Homeless Girls, Clavering obtains the assistance of Margaret Holt, the sister of Victor Holt, the district attorney. Margaret, it is revealed, was abducted by Juanita, a member of a gang of white slavers led by Alvarez. After escaping from a brothel, Margaret became Alvarez' stenographer, hoping to gather secret information on his gang. While searching for evidence, Margaret was surprised by Alvarez, whom she killed. Finally, Clavering captures the gang, clears Margaret, and encourages her romance with cub reporter Jack Howell. Written by Pamela Short

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10 December 1914 (USA)  »

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Konspiracja  »

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The Conspiracy ( 1914 ) is a lost silent film. See more »

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Version of Conspiracy (1930) See more »

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