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The Pasha's Daughter (1911)

An American in Turkey is mistakenly arrested and thrown in jail. He escapes and is helped by the daughter of the local ruler, called the Pasha.




Credited cast:
William Garwood ... Jack Stevens
William Russell


Jack Sparks is a young American, who, while traveling in Turkey, meets and befriends an aged Turk, who invites him to his home. Soon after the arrival the Turk is arrested for conspiracy against the government, and Jack, who is believed to be an accomplice, is also imprisoned, without a hearing. The crumbling walls of the old Turkish prison are not strong enough to hold the stalwart young American and he soon makes his escape. He is pursued by an armed guard, and takes refuge in the courtyard of the Pasha's palace. There he is protected from recapture by the Pasha's daughter, Murana, who finds him in a hiding place and then helps him to escape in the garb of a Turkish woman. Jack upon leaving tries to induce Murana to fly with him, but in vain. He gives the beautiful Turkish girl, with whom he is greatly in love, his card in exchange for a rose, but he scarcely dares hope that he will ever again see the glowing eyes of the veiled beauty whose name he does not even know. Jack makes his... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Drama | Romance | Short


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Release Date:

3 January 1911 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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And the Traveling Man
28 September 2009 | by bobliptonSee all my reviews

An American in some Oriental country pays for a ticket for an elderly man and is made a house guest -- but his host is thrown in jail and the American along with him. Fortunately, he has a jack knife, which is more than up to the task of sawing through the bars of his jail cell. In escaping, however, he goes through a harem -- in popular fiction all paths lead through harems -- where he is succored by the Pasha's beautiful daughter.

This Thanhousder production has the typical good but stolid composition of the studio. The costumes are excellent and the sets look pretty good until someone bumps into them and they shimmy like cardboard. However, the acting in this one is a tad below average for Thanhouser, being a little stagy.

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