This film is missing and presumed lost. This means that no copy is known to exist either in archives or in the hands of private collectors.
This is a very obscure movie from the Vitagraph motion picture company. Anita Stewart was one of the top stars of American cinema when this film was released in 1914 and crime adventures were stylish the world over.
It's a pity that no known copy of this movie exists as it looks like it was probably a fun little mini-serial in the "Hazards of Helen" manner. Plus, it features Anders Randolf and Julia Swayne Gordon, to veterans of the early film industry whom I like very much.
Once again, this is a lost film. Any review claiming to have seen a copy but does not state the time, place or circumstances under which the viewing occurred must be treated with suspicion.
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