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The Conspiracy at the Chateau (1915)

Young Hugh Thormly of Chicago, a candidate for states attorney, incurs the enmity of Martin Hobart, a political boss when he refuses to resign his candidacy. Shortly after his refusal he ... See full summary »

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Alan Roscoe ...
Hugh Thormley (as Albert Roscoe)
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Virginia de Valerie
Lester Cuneo ...
Martin Hobart
Grant Foreman ...
Jacques - Virginia's Servant
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Buonite, Virginia's Aged Nurse
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Young Hugh Thormly of Chicago, a candidate for states attorney, incurs the enmity of Martin Hobart, a political boss when he refuses to resign his candidacy. Shortly after his refusal he goes to the Thormly country home which has been modeled after the old French Chateau de Montsigny and which is located above the straits of Mackinac, Northern Michigan. When he arrives there, he discovers a beautiful girl to be living there. He does not tell her he finds anything strange in her presence. She tells him that this is her home. Hobart, who had seen him leave the city and who has followed him, peers in the window and sees Hugh alone with the girl and the servant. He confronts Hugh and tells him that he will publish the story of the affair it Hugh does not promise to resign. Hugh resents the insult and the two men fight with rapiers that happen to be hanging in the room. Jacques, an old servant, stops the fighting and confesses that the girl is really a daughter of the family who owned the ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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24 April 1915 (USA)  »

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