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If My Country Should Call (1916)

The whole Ardath family is collected together to discuss the proposed marriage between Margaret and Robert Ogden, a British citizen. The consensus of opinion is that the match is desirable ... See full summary »

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Complete credited cast:
... Margaret Ardrath
Helen Leslie ... Patricia Landon
Frank Whitson ... Robert Ogden
... Dr. George Ardrath
Albert MacQuarrie ... Col. Belden
... Donald
Carl von Schiller ... Zuroff
... Mrs. Ardrath
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Clyde Benson
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The whole Ardath family is collected together to discuss the proposed marriage between Margaret and Robert Ogden, a British citizen. The consensus of opinion is that the match is desirable in every way. The old Colonel says that in case of war the children of such a match would make fine soldiers. This frightens Margaret, as all her life she has had a dislike for war. Dr. Ardath is on his way to an important conference and gets started on his favorite subject, the heart. He tells those present of a wonderful new drug that has been found by a Russian student who used it to depress the action of his heart to get out of military service and who, taking an overdose, was killed. The story makes a strong impression on Margaret and she falls into a troubled sleep. A boy is born to Margaret. All through his childhood he shows signs of being a fighter, and when he grows up he wants to join the National Guard. Margaret is forced to give in and consents. Shortly afterward, Donald, the son, ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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25 September 1916 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Naar Fædrelandet kalder  »

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1.33 : 1
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An Incomplete Print of this film (Reels 2,3 and 5) Survives in the Library of Congress. See more »

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