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Stanton's Last Fling (1914)

When John Parker died suddenly of apoplexy. Vincent Stanton, his partner, discovered that the dead man had been misappropriating the funds of the firm for some time past and that nearly all... See full summary »

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James LaFre ...
Stanton
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Lady Angela Carruthers
Charles E. Vernon ...
Parker (as Charles Vernon)
Kathleen Russell ...
Mrs. Parker
William Leonard ...
The Chevalier
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When John Parker died suddenly of apoplexy. Vincent Stanton, his partner, discovered that the dead man had been misappropriating the funds of the firm for some time past and that nearly all his own carefully saved fortune must be sacrificed to save the honor of the firm. His first impulse on learning that he was ruined was to end everything with a revolver. On second thought he decided to have one last fling on the continent with the little he had left before putting an end to an unbearable existence. On the train to Dover Stanton found himself in the same apartment with a wonderfully beautiful girl and a man, evidently a French nobleman. Stanton looked the pair over with some curiosity and then put them out of his mind altogether until the next evening when he looked up from the roulette table at Biarritz and saw the Frenchman seated directly opposite him. The men nodded to each other in recognition and after the play had stopped, entered into a conversation which ended in the ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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3 January 1914 (USA)  »

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