This two-reel picture is stronger in sensationalism than in heart interest. It is a story of revenge and culminates in a double tragedy. A married woman, a snake dancer in a circus, spurns the advances of a performer. The latter substitutes for the harmless snake used by the woman out of a deadly variety, causing her death. Years later the husband locates the murderer in another land. In a spectacular manner the death of the first results from the bite of a snake the husband has loosed on the top of a diving platform, and then the husband goes to his death, striking on the body of the first to fall. Mention should be made of the extreme decollete of the snake dancer. It may be all right for continental houses. It will be regarded here as exposure. - The Moving Picture World, September 20, 1913
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