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    The Renegade (Mutual, 1915). One Sheet (27" X 41").
    Produced by Thomas Ince, one of the pioneers of early Hollywood, this two-reeler
    stars Charles Ray as Captain Marley, an English explorer in Africa. He is abandoned to slavers when one of his men, Robert Graves (Herschel Mayall), discovers that the captain is due to inherit a vast estate and leaves him for dead. Graves returns to England and pressures a woman (Ethel Ullman) into agreeing to marry him. Meanwhile an Arab girl (Louise Glaum) has fallen in love with Marley and sets him free from the slavers. After a long trip back, he is able to prove his identity and reclaim his inheritance. Minimal restoration has addressed small chips in the image, and a tear from the left border into the background. The poster still shows small chips, tears, and pinholes in the borders. Beautiful stone litho artwork on this Heritage first. Fine on Linen.


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