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Idealistic young American falls under the influence of Communist agitators.



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Cast overview:
Lloyd Hughes ...
John King
Barbara Castleton ...
May Weston
Claire Du Brey ...
Sophia Guerni
Jack Richardson ...
Boris Blotchi
Walt Whitman ...
Dr. King
Louis Morrison ...
Michael Regan (as Lew Morrison)
Gordon Mullen ...
Andrew Felton


Idealistic young American falls under the influence of Communist agitators.

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A Gripping Melodrama as Timely as To-day's Headlines!







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December 1919 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Americanism (Versus Bolshevism)  »

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22 June 2003 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

This movie is overwrought, hysterical and little more than tripe. Lloyd Hughs, under the immoral and debilitating influence of a college education, falls for the Bolshevik labor agitators.

While this trash may have some interest to those who wish to understand the propaganda of the period, an era of Red Scares and the rise of J. Edgar Hoover, there is no mention made of the outrages that made such agitators important and gave them the power to organize people. Instead, all the ills of the movement are laid at the feet of Claire Dubrey's character, a woman who is "a rebel against every convention and law civilization has found necessary" without being overly specific. Doubtless she needs to be deprived of her shoes and locked in the kitchen.

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