Imar the Servitor (1914)

Imar the Servitor rescues an American tourist who has lost his way in the desert and the two men become friends. Before he leaves, the American gives his friend a picture of his fiancée. ... See full summary »

Director:

John B. O'Brien

Writer:

Daniel Carson Goodman (story)
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Cast

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William Garwood ... Imar
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Imar the Servitor rescues an American tourist who has lost his way in the desert and the two men become friends. Before he leaves, the American gives his friend a picture of his fiancée. When the tourist returns home, he discovers that his girlfriend has married a horseman, both of whom have journeyed to the Arabian desert. Imar's master attacks the trader's wife. Her husband then accuses her of infidelity and starts to beat her. Imar recognizes her from the picture given to him by his American friend and rescues her. They both traverse the desert and meet her former fiancé, who has been sent for. Her husband and Imar's master are slain, leaving the three friends free of any retribution. Written by Laurentiu Popa

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Re-released by Mutual as a two-reel short on 7 February 1915. See more »

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Many beautifully laid scenes
5 September 2019 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

With considerable Arabian atmosphere and many beautifully laid scenes this two-reel production will doubtless prove attractive to the public. The story is not a particularly strong one, and it is sometimes difficult to follow the thread of the story, but otherwise the production is an acceptable one. Special attention has been given the composition of the picture, some fine effects having thereby been obtained. - The Moving Picture World, February 20, 1915


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Country:

USA

Language:

None | English

Release Date:

April 1914 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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