Robert Stevens robs the bank where he is employed, and through the efforts of Calvin Stedman, the prosecuting attorney, he is sentenced to six years' imprisonment. While in jail his wife ... See full summary »

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Stephen Rodman / Robert Stevens
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Mrs. Stephen Rodman
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Agnes Rodman - Stephen's Daughter
Fred Hearn ...
D.A. Stedman
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Dora Prescott
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Will Prescott
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Ned Seabury (as Frank Crane)
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Kirke - the Broker
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Will and Dora's Mother
Frank Norcross ...
Cohen
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Robert Stevens robs the bank where he is employed, and through the efforts of Calvin Stedman, the prosecuting attorney, he is sentenced to six years' imprisonment. While in jail his wife dies and his little daughter, Agnes, is placed in a convent. At the expiration of his sentence, Stevens locates his daughter and settles in Arizona, assuming the name of Stephen Rodman. He prospers and later is elected governor. Agnes, now in an Eastern school, is first to hear the good news, and tells her chum Dora Prescott. Will Prescott, Dora's brother, is in love with Agnes, and before the closing of school, he sends her his photograph. Dora returns to her home in New York and Agnes to Arizona. Will Prescott is cashier of the Jefferson National Bank, and Ned Seabury, his chum and assistant, is in love with Dora. Calvin Stedman, now counsel for the bank, is in love with Dora, and when he learns that she is engaged to Ned, he plans to be revenged. Agnes confesses to her father that she is in love ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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August 1914 (USA)  »

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