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The 30 Jul 1921 Camera announced that William Christy Cabanne would film The Barricade at Victor Studios in New York City. ... More Less

The 30 Jul 1921 Camera announced that William Christy Cabanne would film The Barricade at Victor Studios in New York City. More Less

GEOGRAPHIC LOCATIONS
BIBLIOGRAPHIC SOURCES
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Camera
30 Jul 1921
p. 4.
Exhibitors Trade Review
12 Nov 1921
p. 1703.
Film Daily
9 Oct 1921.
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DETAILS
Release Date:
2 October 1921
Copyright Claimant:
R-C Pictures
Copyright Date:
2 October 1921
Copyright Number:
LP17108
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,700
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

On New York's East Side, Jacob Solomon and Michael Brennon are partners in a cigar store. Michael dies, and his son, Robert, is adopted by Jacob and becomes a successful physician in the neighborhood. He meets and falls in love with Jane Stoddard, a wealthy society girl, and after their marriage she induces him to forsake his East Side friends and open a Fifth Avenue practice. Jacob is heartbroken when he is snubbed by Robert and does not reveal that he mortgaged his home to pay for Robert's education. Robert and his wife quarrel when her friends discover that Jacob is the young physician's foster father; returning to his home, Robert finds that Jacob has lost everything. There is a reconciliation between them, and Robert moves back to the East Side. His wife acknowledges the mistake she has made and is forgiven by ... +


On New York's East Side, Jacob Solomon and Michael Brennon are partners in a cigar store. Michael dies, and his son, Robert, is adopted by Jacob and becomes a successful physician in the neighborhood. He meets and falls in love with Jane Stoddard, a wealthy society girl, and after their marriage she induces him to forsake his East Side friends and open a Fifth Avenue practice. Jacob is heartbroken when he is snubbed by Robert and does not reveal that he mortgaged his home to pay for Robert's education. Robert and his wife quarrel when her friends discover that Jacob is the young physician's foster father; returning to his home, Robert finds that Jacob has lost everything. There is a reconciliation between them, and Robert moves back to the East Side. His wife acknowledges the mistake she has made and is forgiven by Robert. +

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