Cast & Crew
When Felix, the King of Nordland, who, according to tradition, must marry Princess Louise of neighboring Trebizond, sees Louise embracing his cousin Stepan, he goes to America in disguise with his comrade, Baron Tarnow. After resting at the gates of the estate of J. P. Morton, the world's greatest financier, Felix and Tarnow are hired as extra servants for a house party. Felix falls in love with Morton's daughter Marcia, and when the Nordland ambassador recognizes him, Felix convinces the ambassador to introduce him as a count. When Janzi, an assassin hired by Stepan, sends Morton a wire calling Felix a fraud, Felix is ordered out. After Janzi and his band attack Felix, Marcia saves him and nurses him, but when they plan to elope, Felix's identity is revealed. Marcia knows that she cannot marry royalty and gives Felix up. He sadly prepares to marry Louise, but Morton, seeing his daughter's unhappiness, raises the price of oil one cent per gallon and buys Trepizond. He installs Marcia as princess, and at the wedding, Felix delightedly discovers that Marcia is his bride.
This film was re-released in November 1920 on the state rights market by Photo Products Export Co. Sources conflict concerning the name of the mythical country of which Felix is king. According to the synopsis in the copyright descriptions, the name is "Wallonia," while reviews refer to it variously as "Nordland" and "Norland."