The Honor of the Law (1914)

Short, Drama

The District Attorney came face to face with the man who he believed had murdered his father years before. This man was held for murder. The District Attorney made every effort to find his ... See full summary »

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27 October 2018 | deickemeyer
Heightened by much that is emotional
A two-part picture which depends for its chief dramatic struggle on bringing to a warden of a prison, word that a prisoner doomed to die is innocent and is to be pardoned. A thunderstorm has cut off all means of communication and a pigeon sent out in the storm is killed, but in the end comes all right. This struggle with the elements is heightened by much that is emotional and human. The doomed man's mother is well played and the tangle of misunderstanding that made the district attorney refuse his help in the first part is interesting. The picture is not great, but makes us feel the suspense of the action and is a good offering. The photography and the acting are commendable. - The Moving Picture World, July 11, 1914

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Short | Drama


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29 June 1914



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