An entertaining, well-directed and nicely proportioned story
A three-reel offering by Will Levington Comfort, telling an entertaining, well-directed and nicely proportioned story. The scenes are attractive and spirited for the most part, and the principal interest centers at the Isle De Oro, a famous gambling resort, Rosemary Theby appears as the Glow Worm, a woman of uncertain charm, with whom the hero, Irving Cummings, falls in love. Irene Hunt was pleasing as the girl reporter; Norma Phillips was good as Electra, but the part was made too much of in the beginning, as for a time we thought the hero loved her. Not a powerful release, but an entertaining one. - The Moving Picture World, September 13, 1913
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