Stars: Viola Dana, Richard Tucker, Grace Williams, Franklyn Hanna, Robert Walker
Director: John H. Collins
John H. Collins directs Viola Dana in this Thomas Edison drama inspired by the Russian revolution of the time. From a print perserved in the Library of Congress.
A peasant girl from a small Russian village loses everything when the Cossacks take away her family. With no one else to turn to she gets aid from the revolutionaries to flee the Czar's unjust law. However in freedom she realizes her truest desire is revenge on the cruel Prefect of Police that doomed her family.