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Motog
12 Dec 14
p. 828.
MPN
5 Dec 14
p. 41.
MPW
5 Dec 14
p. 1393.
Variety
18 Sep 15
p. 2064, 2066
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LITERARY
Based on the play The Walls of Jericho by Alfred Sutro (New York, 25 Sep 1905).
AUTHOR
DETAILS
Release Date:
19 November 1914
Copyright Claimant:
William Fox
Copyright Date:
22 November 1914
Copyright Number:
LP6083
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Jack Frobisher's wife, Lady Althea, an obsessive, indebted bridge player, is in love with an English society rake who tells her that her husband had killed a man in America and is wanted by the police. Lady Althea does not know that the man who told the rake about the murder is actually the guilty one. Lady Althea finally is reconciled to her husband when the American sheriff comes to arrest him and it is discovered that the murdered man had revealed the true name of his murderer before he died. In the end, she resolves to give up her rakish lover and stay away from gambling at bridge ... +


Jack Frobisher's wife, Lady Althea, an obsessive, indebted bridge player, is in love with an English society rake who tells her that her husband had killed a man in America and is wanted by the police. Lady Althea does not know that the man who told the rake about the murder is actually the guilty one. Lady Althea finally is reconciled to her husband when the American sheriff comes to arrest him and it is discovered that the murdered man had revealed the true name of his murderer before he died. In the end, she resolves to give up her rakish lover and stay away from gambling at bridge forever. +

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