Though old as a dramatic conception, this film is so admirably acted and directed that it will rank high among the week's productions. The scenes in which the convict becomes reunited with his daughter, now grown and a mother, bring tears to the eyes. There is a sincere note throughout the whole production which makes a strong demand on the sympathies of the observer. James Kirkwood is both director and leading man, with Gertrude Robinson as the daughter. A fine offering. - The Moving Picture World, May 24, 1913
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