A strongly acted three-part picture that has been staged in the best style of the Great Northern studio which is high praise for it. It makes a very safe offering for all kinds of audiences. The story is sensational and clear once it gets under way. In the scenes there is grace, charm and dignity derived from the prettiness of its sets and its lovely photography and from the conduct of the players in the roles. The art quality of its photographs is marked; so much so that spectators of discrimination will find unqualified delight in many of them. It is strange how the wonder and marvel of truly life-like camera work never leaves us; before perfect photography. We will always be astonished. - The Moving Picture World, March 14, 1914
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