The Woman Who Dared (1914)

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Count Bertrand is an army officer who enjoys the utmost confidence of the military leaders of his country but who nevertheless finds time to devote himself also to the interests of several ... See full summary »



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25 September 2018 | boblipton
| Monogrammed Cufflinks Are A Bad Idea
Alberto Collo is charged with compiling a survey of his country's cavalry positions. Emilio Ghione feeds him some knockout drops and steals the documents. He sells them to his nation (in the German print called 'Silistria'; war was still four months away and Bulgarian cities made a suitable substitute). Collo is found guilty of treason. When his wife finds Ghione's monogrammed cufflinks, she works out who the villain is. Using her 'Amazonian' riding abilities, she joins a traveling circus as 'The Masked Amazon', encounters Ghione and forces him to give her his correspondence about the espionage.

It's a rather simple and straightforward story, with a silly denouement, but it is well shot by Giorgio Ricci (the copy I saw was tinted) and the actors are very good in their performances. At an hour's length it's as good a spy feature as you're likely to find for its year.

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14 March 1915



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