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For Love of the Flag (1913)

Unjustly driven from his post, the young lieutenant keeps his oath of allegiance to the flag by saving his persecutors. Suspecting treachery when he leads the Indians into an ambush, the ... See full summary »

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Unjustly driven from his post, the young lieutenant keeps his oath of allegiance to the flag by saving his persecutors. Suspecting treachery when he leads the Indians into an ambush, the chief forces him to take his sweetheart with him, and she is killed by the bullets of the soldiers. Written by Mutual Film Company advertisement

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16 May 1913 (USA)  »

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It gets a very dashing and interesting start
3 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

A two-reel offering, which is well pictured and well acted. It gets a very dashing and interesting start, but we could not look upon the ending of the last reel as anything but far-fetched and disappointing. The motive of the wayward young officer, Ashford, for killing the squaw, Winnie, is not clear. In the forepart of the picture the scenes in which Ashford is reprimanded for dancing and assaults his superior officer, are very well done, and the later scenes leading up to the attack on the fort, which he is forced to lead, are also strongly presented. The photography is good. - The Moving Picture World, May 17, 1913


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