Wealthy brother and sister Horace and Ethel Simpson, touring Europe, fall prey to Russian conmen, one of whom plans a marriage with Ethel. Executor of their fortune Daniel Pike, assisted by... See full summary »

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Charles Richman ...
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Fred Montague ...
Earl of Hawcastle
Monroe Salisbury ...
Hon. Almerce St. Aubyn
Horace B. Carpenter ...
Ivanoff
Jode Mullally ...
Dick La Reno ...
Old Man Simpson
Mabel Van Buren ...
Ethel Granger Simpson
Anita King ...
Helene - Countess De Champigney
Bob Fleming ...
Ribiere (as Robert Fleming)
Jack W. Johnston ...
Prefect Of Italian Police
Florence Dagmar ...
Ivanoff Maid
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Wealthy brother and sister Horace and Ethel Simpson, touring Europe, fall prey to Russian conmen, one of whom plans a marriage with Ethel. Executor of their fortune Daniel Pike, assisted by Grand Duke Vasill, exposes the Russians for what they are. Written by Ed Stephan <stephan@cc.wwu.edu>

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9 November 1914 (USA)  »

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Pisada Reveladora  »

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The 33 Year Old Editor
13 November 2001 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

In the same year that Charlie Chaplin made his screen debut with Keystone Films, Cecil B. DeMille made his transition from stage director to screen director with 'The Squaw Man', and began editing his own films in the same way that Chaplin did with 'The Gold Rush', and Buster Keaton did with 'The Navigator'.


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