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Into the Wilderness

  • Drama
  • 1914
  • O.A.C. Lund

Summary

Agatha, an English society girl, is secretly married to Howard, a young officer of the Military Academy. Gordon, Howard's classmate, is infatuated with the secret bride. Howard refuses to make public his marriage with Agatha. Later, there is a fight between the two men and both imagine they have killed the other. Gordon goes to Canada and becomes a member of the mounted police. Howard also goes to Canada, leaving instructions for the girl, wife to follow. Howard falls into evil ways and when Agatha arrives, she is unable to find him. While traveling across the country, Agatha is caught in a wreck caused by Howard's pals, who were to hold up the train. Agatha is found by Gordon and cared for. Howard is sought after by Gordon and when he comes upon the cabin one day, Gordon is about to capture him. Agatha meets her husband face to face and confesses; she pleads with Gordon to allow him to escape and the officer consents. Howard is shot by other police in the attempted escape and Gordon is apprehended for unfaithful duty and disgraced. Meanwhile the news of what is going on has reached England, and Howard's sister starts out to find Gordon and bring him back to his heart-broken mother. They all meet and the party return to England with the memory of their terrible experiences in the wilderness strong in their minds and with a suggested love between Agatha and Gordon.

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Credits

Cast

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AgathaBarbara Tennant
Gordon Fitmaurice, Mary's SonO.A.C. Lund
Howard, Gordon's ClassmateLindsay J. Hall
Mary FitzmauriceJulia Stuart

Crew

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DirectorO.A.C. Lund

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Languages
English
Formats
Colour
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