An assassination attempt if made on the life of Paul I, the infant King of Veseria, by Stefan, a henchman of Pavlovitch, the Regent, who wishes to take over the kingdom. Paul's bodyguard, ... See full summary »

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Jeanne Iver ...
Opal - Daughter of Pavlovitch
Victor Sutherland ...
Paul I - Exiled King of Veseria
Bradley Barker ...
Paul Verdayne (as Barclay Barker)
Robert Broderick ...
Dimitri - Paul's Bodyguard
John Webb Dillon ...
Pavlovitch - Veseria Regent
Arthur Evers ...
Stefan - Henchman
Hal Clarendon ...
Prince Ronneaus
Walter D. Nealand ...
Laneau
Frank Whitson ...
Accomplice
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Prime Minister
Master Dick Ross ...
Paul I as a Child
Madge Tyrone
Mrs. James Ellery
Mrs. William Hoyt
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An assassination attempt if made on the life of Paul I, the infant King of Veseria, by Stefan, a henchman of Pavlovitch, the Regent, who wishes to take over the kingdom. Paul's bodyguard, Dimitri, foils the plot, but Pavovitch is told the attempt was successful and proclaims himself King. Dimitri takes the boy king to England to the home of his rightful father, Paul Verdayne. Twenty years passes, and Pavovitch finds himself the ruler or a bankrupt and rebellious country. To save her father's throne, Opal, his daughter consents to becoming the bride of the Prince of Argone, an elderly man with a bad reputation. She consents but with the provision that she and her maid can first spend thirty days alone in the location of her choosing. She chooses England. And, by an amazing coincidence, she chooses an estate next to Paul Verdayne's. Their chance meeting and reunion in France changes the history of Veseria. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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A SENSATIONAL AND FASCINATING LOVE DRAMA IN FIVE PARTS (original poster - all caps)


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Passed
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February 1916 (USA)  »

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Hendes Konge  »

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