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Arthur V. Johnson,
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Brian Desmond Hurst
Nordisk's scene-for-scene remake (or rip-off) of Fotorama's no longer extant version is an enjoyable, slightly lurid, potboiler reminiscent of the serials that would in a few short years become a staple of the cinema industry's output. At 32 minutes it is more than twice as long as most movies then being released, but the pace of its far-fetched, sensationalistic plot makes the time fly by.
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