This product of the Great Northern company, purchased by the Universal company to take the place of a film the negative of which was destroyed in the recent burning of one of their Los Angeles buildings, is a real feature in all departments. It is more than a feature. It is a great picture. There are splendid settings, Old World settings, of castle, of moat, of mansion; there are beautiful exteriors, of flowering field and smooth highway; there are splendid actors, and those who portray soldiers have been soldiers, that is plain; there is excellent direction. The drama runs smoothly, consecutively. Above all, there is a grade of photography that is in a class by itself. - The Moving Picture World, April 26, 1913
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