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The Master Mind (1914)

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The defense attorney who was unable to obtain the acquittal of an innocent young man concocts a complicated and diabolical scheme to revenge himself upon the prosecutor.

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(as Oscar C. Apfel) , (uncredited)

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Cast

Cast overview:
Edmund Breese ...
Richard Allen
Fred Montague ...
Henry Allen
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Milwaukee Sadie
Dick La Reno ...
Blount
Harry Fisher ...
Diamond Willie
Mabel Van Buren ...
Lucine, ''Three-Arm Fanny''
Richard L'Estrange ...
Safe Blower (as Richard La Strang)
Monroe Salisbury ...
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William Elmer ...
Creegan (as Billy Elmer)
Baby La Reno ...
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The defense attorney who was unable to obtain the acquittal of an innocent young man concocts a complicated and diabolical scheme to revenge himself upon the prosecutor. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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Crime | Drama

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11 May 1914 (USA)  »

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Apfel and DeMille
12 December 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

The 33 year old Cecil B. DeMille was being mentored by the director, Oscar Apfel in this film. Either Apfel was a lousy director, or DeMille didn't absorb any of the information that he passed on to him. This film lacked intimacy and warmth, and was as interesting as watching paint dry.


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