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Rated NR · 82 minutes · 1915

Drama
Orphaned at an early age after the death of his mother, Owen Conway (Johnny McCann) takes to New York City's streets and turns to crime after being exploited and abused by his new guardians. As an adult gang leader, Owen (Rockcliffe Fellowes) saves socialite Marie Deering (Anna Q. Nilsson) and district attorney Ames (Carl Harbaugh) from being attacked by drunk criminals in a seedy bar. Sensing Owen's fundamental decency, Marie tries to persuade him to leave his criminal life behind.
Director: Raoul Walsh
Cast: Rockcliffe Fellowes, Anna Nilsson, William A. Sheer, Carl Harbaugh, James Marcus, Johnny McCann, Maggie Weston and Harry McCoy

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