Watson falls asleep while reading the novel, "The Three Men Who Knew," an Oriental mystery. Asleep, he dreams and the dream seems horrible reality. He sees himself and two friends, Gibson ... See full summary »

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Stuart Paton ...
Mr. Watson
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Mrs. Watson
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1st Man Who Knew (as Frank Crane)
Edmund Mortimer ...
2nd Man Who Knew
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Watson falls asleep while reading the novel, "The Three Men Who Knew," an Oriental mystery. Asleep, he dreams and the dream seems horrible reality. He sees himself and two friends, Gibson and Ferguson, going through a series of strange adventures, commencing in an Oriental temple in India. The native worshipers are kneeling before their idol in adoration. The three men burst in and defame the god. The natives grovel in fear of what might be the result, but the three men, laughing loudly, leave the temple. The High Priest curses them with all the fervor of his enraged being. The three men return to America and forget the incident. But the curse of the High Priest follows them, and from some strange source each receives a miniature of the idol they have insulted. At Watson's home they all meet that evening, and as they stand to give each other a toast there appears in the center of the room the figure of the High Priest. They fear inwardly, but on the surface each displays a certain ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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10 December 1914 (USA)  »

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