|Directed by||Oscar Apfel|
|Written by||Leete Renick Brown|
|Starring|| Macklyn Arbuckle |
Theodore von Eltz
Phil Goldstone Productions
|Distributed by|| Truart Film Corporation |
Woolf & Freedman Film Service (UK)
|July 14, 1925|
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