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18 Sep 20
p. 1717.
MPN
18 Sep 20
p. 2317.
MPW
18 Sep 20
p. 390.
New York Morning Telegraph
31 Oct 20
p. 27.
Variety
17 Sep 20
p. 35.
Wid's
12 Sep 20
p. 4.
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Based on the novel Felix O'Day by F. Hopkinson Smith (New York, 1915).
DETAILS
Release Date:
12 September 1920
Copyright Claimant:
Pathé Exchange, inc.
Copyright Date:
6 August 1920
Copyright Number:
LU15407
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,729
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Felix O'Day lives to fulfill but one ambition: to exact revenge upon Austin Bennett, the man who stole his wife Barbara and caused his father's death. Felix pursues Bennett to New York City where his search leads him to an antique shop owned by Jules Borney. During one of Felix's visits, Borney is attacked and robbed by Bennett who then escapes. Felix agrees to manage the shop during the old man's recovery and begins to fall in love with the shopkeeper's daughter Annette. One day Felix sees his wife Barbara pass the shop and, shocked by her life of poverty, follows her to her lover. As Bennett attempts to escape Felix's wrath, he falls to his death. Felix returns to care for his sickly wife, who dies soon after. Right before her death, Barbara bids Felix to marry Annette, whom he ... +


Felix O'Day lives to fulfill but one ambition: to exact revenge upon Austin Bennett, the man who stole his wife Barbara and caused his father's death. Felix pursues Bennett to New York City where his search leads him to an antique shop owned by Jules Borney. During one of Felix's visits, Borney is attacked and robbed by Bennett who then escapes. Felix agrees to manage the shop during the old man's recovery and begins to fall in love with the shopkeeper's daughter Annette. One day Felix sees his wife Barbara pass the shop and, shocked by her life of poverty, follows her to her lover. As Bennett attempts to escape Felix's wrath, he falls to his death. Felix returns to care for his sickly wife, who dies soon after. Right before her death, Barbara bids Felix to marry Annette, whom he loves. +

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