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The Inn of the Winged Gods (1914)

Terrence O Rourke, soldier of fortune, is in love with the Princess de Grandlieu, one of the most wealthy women in France. She, too, loves him. O'Rourke, a poor man, refuses to marry her ... See full summary »

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Terrance O'Rourke
Vera Sisson ...
Princess Beatrix de Grandlieu
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Adolph Chambret
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Terrence O Rourke, soldier of fortune, is in love with the Princess de Grandlieu, one of the most wealthy women in France. She, too, loves him. O'Rourke, a poor man, refuses to marry her until he has made a fortune of his own, and he departs to seek it. Before leaving, he breaks a franc piece in two, telling her that should she ever need him, to send the other half of the franc and he would come at once. Adolph Chambret, a friend of O'Rourke's, and at one time in love with the Princess, receives a letter from one of his former sweethearts, Delphine, Duchess of Lutzemburg. The letter tells him her son, who is the heir to the throne, has been abducted and she suspects the younger brother of her former husband of being implicated in it, as he would ascend the throne should the boy disappear. She implores Chambret to come to her, and Chambret agrees and gets O'Rourke to go with him, sending her word to meet them at the Inn of the Winged God, on Thursday next. The Duchess receives his note... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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7 December 1914 (USA)  »

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Terrence O'Rourke, Soldier of Fortune #3: The Inn of the Winged Gods  »

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Third episode in the Terrance O'Rourke, Gentleman Adventurer series. See more »

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Followed by When a Queen Loved O'Rourke (1915) See more »

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