~Bound in Morocco~
Directed by: Allan Dwan

Written by:
Allan Dwan - writer
Douglas Fairbanks - screenplay & story

Douglas Fairbanks ... George Travelwell
Pauline Curley ... Ysail
Edythe Chapman ... Ysail's mother
Tully Marshall ... Ali Pah Shush
Frank Campeau ... Basha El Harib, governor of Harib
Jay Dwiggins ... Kaid Mahedi el Menebhi, Lord High Ambassador to
Fred Burns ... Bandit Chief
Albert MacQuarrie
Marjorie Daw
John George ... Hunchback (uncredited)
Emma-Lindsay Squier ...Townswoman (uncredited)
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Douglas Fairbanks Pictures

Distribution Company: Famous Players-Lasky Corporation

Producer: Douglas Fairbanks

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 64 Minutes
Released: July 28, 1918
~Plot Synopsis~
Although a solid supporting cast helps, the buoyant personality of Douglas Fairbanks is the main
asset in this slight Arabian tale. A young American (Fairbanks) is traveling through Morocco when he
is called on to help rescue a mother (Edythe Chapman) and her daughter (Pauline Curley). Basha El
Harib (Frank Campeau) has chosen the girl as the newest addition to his harem, but Fairbanks tricks
the villain by disguising himself as a woman. He is brought into the harem's quarters, where he finds
the girl and fights his way through most of Morocco's bad guys to aid in her escape. Fairbanks and the
girl take leave of the desert together, but that isn't the end of the film. Next comes a title card
reading, "One hundred years later," and the final shot shows a graveyard -- a twisted bit of Fairbanks

Plot Synopsis by Janiss Garza, AllMovie.com