A US steel king pawns the gems of his daughter who is loved by a student and a crook.



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Cast overview:
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Geoffrey Kingsward
Helen Stanton
Saba Raleigh ...
Mrs. Raffan
George Bellamy ...
Sir George Meretham
Dorothy Fane ...
Violet Meretham
Ivo Dawson ...
Allan Meretham
Philip Hewland ...
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A US steel king pawns the gems of his daughter who is loved by a student and a crook.

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7 August 1921 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

La princesa de Nueva York  »

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1.33 : 1
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Although working behind the scenes, the 22 year old Alfred Hitchcock developed his cinematic vernacular by compiling the title cards for this film. Having failed academically at school, he nurtured his visual language through the use of designing titles.

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