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The Flaming Sword ()

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  • Release: 1915-06-28
  • Director: Edwin Middleton
  • Writers: George Gibbs
  • Language: None | English
  • Stars: Lionel Barrymore (1878–1954) , Jane Grey , Edith Diestel , Mrs. Middleton , Glen White , Charles Prince
  • Runtime: 50 min
  • Awards: N/A
  • AKA: The Flaming Sword , The Flaming Sword (United Kingdom) , The Flaming Sword (United States of America)
  • Plot: Steve, a young college chap who has been unfortunate in his business career, after a life of dissipation, concludes that life is not worth living and contemplates suicide. Among his associates is a girl named Maisie with whom Steve's name has been coupled by his intimates. Steve gives a banquet and announces that he is a bankrupt and that his friends are looking upon him for the last time. After the affair Steve goes to his apartment, puts his affairs in order and slowly walks to the waterfront where he hires a small boat and the last seen of him is his boat, sail set leaving the inlet for the open sea. Maisie, realizing that Steve has intentions of injuring himself, attempts to follow, but is too late. Steve drifts out to sea and after days of misery is washed up on a beach of a small island where he is found by a girl named Meera who lives there with her father and several servants. Meera's father had suffered a great wrong in his early life and took the position as lighthouse keeper on this island where he could live as a hermit and forget his troubles. Meera has never seen anyone except her father and the servants, and to her Steve appeared as a Viking. A strong attachment springs up between the two. Meera's father, who has refused to allow anyone but Government officials to enter the island, takes a liking to Steve and is prevailed upon to allow him to stay there. However, when Calhoun learns that Steve is the son of the man who wronged him, his sentiment takes a different turn. In the meanwhile Maisie learns from a traveling beach-comber that Steve is safe and living with Meera's father on the island. Engaging a boat she follows him and in her awful rage and jealousy tells Meera's father that Steve is her husband. Calhoun then shouting "Like father, like son," convulsed with anger, falls into an unconscious state and Maisie, realizing that she has caused enough trouble, confesses that she falsely accused Steve. Calhoun recovers and Steve and Meera sail for New York where the story ends as it should.
  • IMDB:tt0005330
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