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DATE
PAGE
Motog
19 Dec 14
p. 834, 869
MPN
19 Dec 14
p. 62.
MPN
9 Jan 15
57
MPW
8 May 15
p. 66.
NYDM
9 Dec 14
p. 38.
Variety
11 Dec 14
p. 28.
DETAILS
Release Date:
7 December 1914
Copyright Claimant:
Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co.
Copyright Date:
20 November 1914
Copyright Number:
LU3795
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Carmen, a maid, steals a locket belonging to the Aragon princess Maria Theresa and sells it to Gaines, a New York art collector, not knowing that the locket contains the clue to the Aragon family fortune's whereabouts. Later, Carmen is killed by Juanita, a love rival, and confesses the theft to her mistress before she dies. Maria Theresa then goes to New York accompanied by her brother Don Luis to search for the locket. During many misadventures, which lead them to Kentucky and back to Spain, Maria and Don Luis are aided by Warren Jarvis in uncovering the secret of the Aragon family castle. Finally, Warren and Maria Theresa fall in love, and the Aragon family is ... +


Carmen, a maid, steals a locket belonging to the Aragon princess Maria Theresa and sells it to Gaines, a New York art collector, not knowing that the locket contains the clue to the Aragon family fortune's whereabouts. Later, Carmen is killed by Juanita, a love rival, and confesses the theft to her mistress before she dies. Maria Theresa then goes to New York accompanied by her brother Don Luis to search for the locket. During many misadventures, which lead them to Kentucky and back to Spain, Maria and Don Luis are aided by Warren Jarvis in uncovering the secret of the Aragon family castle. Finally, Warren and Maria Theresa fall in love, and the Aragon family is reunited. +

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Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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