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Also issued as a 15-episode serial in 1922 under the same ... More Less

Also issued as a 15-episode serial in 1922 under the same title. More Less

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LITERARY
Based on the short story "A Dangerous Adventure" by Frances Guihan (publication undetermined).
DETAILS
Release Date:
1922
Premiere Information:
release: 1 or 15 November 1922
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
6,500
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

"Marjorie and Edith Stanton, accompanied by their uncle are in quest of a treasure chest left by their uncle hidden in a Central African town. The crafty uncle agrees to return Marjorie to the jungle chief in return for a caravan. MacDonald Hayden, in love with Marjorie, and a chum, decide to go to her rescue. In a terrific storm the natives flee the caravan and the uncle is killed. Several adventures precede the rescue of the girls by the American pair." ( Motion Picture News Booking Guide, 4:41, Apr ... +


"Marjorie and Edith Stanton, accompanied by their uncle are in quest of a treasure chest left by their uncle hidden in a Central African town. The crafty uncle agrees to return Marjorie to the jungle chief in return for a caravan. MacDonald Hayden, in love with Marjorie, and a chum, decide to go to her rescue. In a terrific storm the natives flee the caravan and the uncle is killed. Several adventures precede the rescue of the girls by the American pair." ( Motion Picture News Booking Guide, 4:41, Apr 1923.) +

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