~The Lone Wolf's Daughter~
~Candid Photograph of Louise Glaum on the set of the film.~
~Plot Synopsis~
At a London auction, Princess Sonia (Louise Glaum) bids against her husband, exiled Prince Victor
(Edwin Stevens), for a Corot landscape in which incriminating letters Sonia wrote are hidden, but it is
bought by Michael Lanyard (Bertram Grasby), suspected of being the mysterious, international thief
"The Lone Wolf." After Lanyard gives Sonia the letters, she divorces Victor, marries Lanyard and dies
after bearing their daughter Sonia. Years later, Sonia, who thinks she is the daughter of the Princess'
maid, is found by Victor, now the leader of an underworld gang of Oriental crooks and Bolsheviks.
Saying he is her father, Victor brings her to his home, hoping to entice Lanyard to make an appearance.
When Sonia discovers the gang's plan to pump poisonous gas into Buckingham Palace and the homes of
the wealthy, so that Victor would be England's dictator, she tells Roger Karslake (Thomas Holding),
Victor's secretary, whom she loves. Lanyard, who has been posing as Victor's Oriental butler, and
Karslake, both Scotland Yard agents, capture the gang amid fire and fights.

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: William P.S. Earle

Written by:
Louis Joseph Vance - screenplay & titles

Bertram Grassby ...  Michael Lanyard
Wallace Beery ... (unknown)
Louise Glaum ...  Princess Sonia / Sonia, her daughter
Edwin Stevens ...  Prince Victor
Thomas Holding ...  Roger Karslake
Fred L. Wilson ...  Undetermined Role
~Remaining Credits~

Produced by: J. Parker Read Jr. Productions

Released by: W.W. Hodkinson (through)
Pathé Exchange

Cinematography by: Charles J. Stumar
Film Editing by: Ralph Dixon
Presenter & Supervisor:
J. Parker Read Jr.

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 minutes
Released: December 21, 1919
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