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See what a world of trouble a bundle of love letters can cause.

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Her Final Reckoning (1918) - Lost Silent
18 June 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Marsa ( Pauline Frederick ), a spirited, beautiful and wealthy young Parisian, is the illegitimate daughter of a gypsy mother and a Russian prince. At a young age, she becomes entangled in an affair with Count Menko ( Robert Cain ), a married man, but later forgets this unhappy incident and falls in love with Prince Zilah ( John Miltern ) of Hungary. When Count Menko threatens to give the prince certain compromising letters unless she agrees to resume their affair, she sets her wolfhounds on him, disfiguring him permanently. The letters are sent to Zilah on the night he and Marsa are married, and he immediately leaves her, causing her to go insane. Count Varhely ( Warren Cooke ), Prince Zilah's oldest friend, challenges Menko to a duel and kills him, after which he convinces the prince to forgive Marsa. At the sight of her husband, Marsa regains her sanity and leaves the sanitarium to live with him in Hungary.

This 1918 silent drama was based on a novel, produced by the Famous Players-Lasky Corporation and starred Pauline Frederick. Sadly, Her Final Reckoning is now listed as a lost silent film.


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