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Part One: Constance, the second wife of General Haverhill, befriends the officer's son, Frank, who has been ostracized. On the night of April 12th, 1861, she gives a ball at Charleston, S.C... See full summary »

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General Haverhill
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Colonel Kerchival West
Harry F. Millarde ...
Captain Heartsease
Earle Bradbury ...
Lt. Frank Bedloe
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Maj. Gen. Francis Buckthorn U.S.A.
Harry Reynolds ...
Sergeant Barket
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Col. Robert Illingham
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Captain Thorton - Secret Service, C.S.A.
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Mrs. Constance Haverhill
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Gertrude Illingham
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Madeline West
Marguerite Courtot ...
Jennie Buckthorn
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Mrs. Edith Haverhill
Robert G. Vignola ...
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Part One: Constance, the second wife of General Haverhill, befriends the officer's son, Frank, who has been ostracized. On the night of April 12th, 1861, she gives a ball at Charleston, S.C. Frank gets word to Mrs. Haverhill that he is hiding in the city. The father will not be reconciled, but sends the boy a miniature of Constance. At the ball are Col. Kerchival West and his sister, Madeline, Robert Illingham and his sister, Gertrude. Fort Sumter is fired upon and Illingham declares his allegiance to the Confederacy. He is deeply in love with Madeline West, whose brother fondly admires Gertrude. Capt. Thornton insults Mrs. Haverhill and is called upon to fight a duel with West. Through a peculiar circumstance General Haverhill suspects Colonel West. Frank enlists in his father's regiment under another name. He has grown a beard and is not recognized. One year later the Confederates make a night attack on the Federals and Frank is made prisoner. Capt. Thornton, in the Confederate ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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4 July 1913 (USA)  »

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