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Hands Up! (1918)

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A newspaperwoman finds trouble aplenty when an Inca tribe believes her to be the reincarnation of their long-lost princess.


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Cast overview:
Echo Delane
George Larkin ...
Easter Walters ...
Judith Strange
William A. Carroll ...
Sam Killman / Omar the High Priest
George Gebhardt ...
The Grand Envoy
W.E. Lawrence ...
Prince Pampas (as William E. Lawrence)
Thomas Jefferson
Monte Blue


A newspaperwoman finds trouble aplenty when an Inca tribe believes her to be the reincarnation of their long-lost princess.

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18 August 1918 (USA)  »

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A Esposa do Sol  »

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During production, George Chesebro ("Hands Up") entered the United States Army and was replaced by George Larkin in the role for the remainder of the production. See more »

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2 January 2011 | by (Oakland CA) – See all my reviews

All that apparently remains of this fifteen-episode chapter play is the promotional reel sent to exhibitors in an effort to encourage them to book the series. That reel, included on the DVD boxed set More Treasures from American Film Archives, suggests the series was a doozy. There's impressive and exciting footage of stars Ruth Roland and George Chesebro mixing it up with the villains of the piece, Inca Indians who believe Ruth's character is the reincarnation of a beloved native princess. It's a tremendous shame, of course, that so many silent serials have crumbled to dust over the intervening decades, but thank goodness someone had the foresight to save the remnants of this one.

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