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The Law of God (1912)

In the course of his wanderings Jim Gleason had come to Montecito, where Vera Bradley, the daughter of the minister, attracted his fancy. In her innocence, she confides to her father and he... See full summary »

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Jim Gleason - the Atheist
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Vera Bradley - the Minister's Daughter
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Bud Black
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In the course of his wanderings Jim Gleason had come to Montecito, where Vera Bradley, the daughter of the minister, attracted his fancy. In her innocence, she confides to her father and he, with the welfare of his daughter at heart, consults the young man as to his religious beliefs, and is horrified to learn that he is an Atheist. The following Sunday a wandering cripple stops at the church and endeavors to sell small religious pamphlets. The minister examines them and finding the Ten Commandments and other religious quotations in the book, procures a copy and urges the congregation to do the same. Vera gets a copy and meeting Jim Gleason, she shows him the book and is so horrified at his blasphemous remarks that she refuses to see or hear from him again. Disappointed in love, Jim Gleason falls in with the lawless element of the town and becomes a great crony of the leader, Bud Black. One day Bud Black plans on a crime of large dimensions. If he can get Jim to throw the derailing ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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9 December 1912 (USA)  »

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