Cast & Crew
John H. Pratt
Fearing for the safety of his daughter Princess Lorcha in war-torn Europe, Prince Sigismund, an outspoken Socialist, encourages a marriage between her and American Red Cross surgeon Dr. Carew. Immediately following the wedding ceremony, a bomb hits the church, mortally wounding the prince, but before he expires, he tells Lorcha about a secret treasure earmarked for the overthrow of the despotic Royal Highness. Determined to carry out her father's political plans, Lorcha uncovers the hidden treasure and with Dr. Carew heads for a meeting with the Revolutionary Committee. Stopped by His Royal Highness, who desires her but knows nothing of her political involvement, the princess is rescued by Carew, who is then pursued by guards. Mistaken for a dead spy, Carew escapes temporarily while Lorcha rides through raging battlefields to deliver the treasure. Eventually, His Royal Highness catches up to Carew and Lorcha, and both their lives and the revolution are threatened. Overcoming many obstacles, Carew and Lorcha save themselves and succeed in their idealistic crusade, restoring to the countryside the rights of man.
John H. Pratt
Publicity director Joe Farnham took 1,700 still photographs in Europe of battlefield graves, wounded, dying and dead men and bombed buildings. France was recreated at Lubin's Betzwood, PA studio.