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  • A two reel offering, in which admirers of Warren Kerrigan have opportunity to see him as a genuine swashbuckling hero. The costuming is carefully done and the settings admirable, though a trifle modern in some respects. The story is one of the Stanley J. Weyman type; Jacques has a ready sword and knows how to use it. He rescues the princess from the tower and later saves the life of the king. He places the girl in a convent and goes forth to other interesting adventures, all nicely pictured. The story is not very clear in places, but the spirit of adventure is always apparent and the release is altogether an attractive one. - The Moving Picture World, August 16, 1913