This good three-reel picture was made by the Gene Gauntier players in Florida. There is an abundance of semi-tropical settings, which are splendidly photographed. Sidney Olcott produces the picture. Miss Gauntier has the role of the daughter of a newspaper editor who has aroused the animosity of the klan and is by them captured and imprisoned in the belfry of an old church. Jack Clark is a member of the klan who falls in love with the newspaper man's daughter and through his friendship for her is persecuted by his former friends. Alf Hollingsworth writes the script and plays the role of the editor. The story is based on the organization which flourished in the South in reconstruction days, and may be said in a measure to be of historical and consequently educational interest. There is a wealth of exciting incident. The acting is just what might be expected from these players; the production will make a good release. - The Moving Picture World, October 4, 1913
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