A blacksmith's adopted son is accused of killing his cardsharping brother.



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Cast overview:
Charles Maude ...
Capt. Jack Temperley
Ben Webster ...
Sir Charles Temperley
Lillian Logan ...
Ethel Morley
Charles Rock ...
Sir John Hawker
Edward O'Neill ...
Wyndham Guise ...
Ginger Stubbs
Cecil Morton York ...
Claire Pauncefort ...
Lady Temperley
Rex Davis ...
Gloster Dick
John East ...
Tom Cribb (as John M. East)
Hubert Willis ...
F. Bennington ...
Yolande May ...


A blacksmith's adopted son is accused of killing his cardsharping brother.

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May 1914 (USA)  »

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First film made at Twickenham Film Studios. See more »


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