About the film
Release Date: August 01, 1914
|Production Companies||:||Klaw & Erlanger, Biograph Company|
|Writers||:||Frank E. Woods, Eric Hudson, Charles H. Langdon|
Set in London (but filmed in New Jersey), the story endeavors to prove that man's greatest enemy is liquor. When elderly tosspot John Warriner is shot for trespassing, Warriner's son holds property owner Sir Arthur Stanton. Thus begins a bitter and deadly feud between the Warriner and Stanton clans, fueled by rotgut booze. Prints of the film survive in the film archives of the Library of Congress and the Museum of Modern Art.