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The Code of Honor (1911)

The Code of Honor is a story concerning itself with the various forms of dueling current in Berlin, and is in a measure educational as well as pleasing in its dramatic sense. All the ... See full summary »
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Camille Astor
Frank Clark
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The Code of Honor is a story concerning itself with the various forms of dueling current in Berlin, and is in a measure educational as well as pleasing in its dramatic sense. All the details were carefully worked out and superintended by Lieutenant Wrana and Count Alberti, both of the German army, and great attention was paid to correctness of costuming as well as the prescribed forms of code. Uniforms in every case absolutely authentic. A young nobleman whose eyes become strained through too close application to his books. Seated before one of the typical cafés that line Unter den Linden, he saves a young lady from insult at the hands of a military swaggerer, and purposely insults him by spilling wine upon him. Cards are exchanged and he calls upon his friend, Col. von Neuhoff, to act as his second. Von Neuhoff, in an effort to save his friend's life, challenges the bully by slapping his face, and the Board of Adjudication in Affairs of Honor gives his duel the preference, as his was... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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13 March 1911 (USA)  »

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Film debut of Fred Kohler. See more »

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