Enemy agents under the leadership of "Emanon" conspire with pacifists to keep the American defense appropriations down at a time when forces of the enemy are preparing to invade. The ... See full summary »

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Charles Richman ...
L. Rogers Lytton ...
James Morrison ...
Charley Harrison
Mary Maurice ...
Mrs. Harrison
Louise Beaudet ...
Mrs. Vandergriff
Harold Hubert ...
John Vandergriff
Jack Crawford ...
Poet Scout (as Captain Jack Crawford)
Charles Kent ...
The Master
Julia Swayne Gordon ...
Evart Overton ...
Vandergriff's Son
Belle Bruce ...
Alice Harrison
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Virginia Vandergriff
Lucille Hammill ...
Dorothy Vandergriff
George Stevens ...
Butler
Thais Lawton ...
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Enemy agents under the leadership of "Emanon" conspire with pacifists to keep the American defense appropriations down at a time when forces of the enemy are preparing to invade. The invasion comes, and New York, Washington, and other American cities are devastated. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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14 September 1915 (USA)  »

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The Battle Cry of War  »

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This film is presumed lost. Please check your attic. See more »

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Referenced in The Moving Picture Boys in the Great War (1975) See more »

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Lost film which means it doesn't exist...
29 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Unfortunately his film doesn't exist any more--so I doubt the above comment has any validity (unless the viewer is very old and has an excellent memory).

One reel is in an archive in Sweden and that's re-edited summary so any comments on style don't reflect on the original.

There are also fragments of the battle scenes in, I believe, George Eastman House.

I find it hard to believe the other detailed summary given that this is the case. If the poster knows of an extant print they need to contact a major archive immediately as this is one of the most important and (sadly) lost films of its day.


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