The Drums Of Jeopardy


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(1920)




A dangerous game of hide and seek is in progress. In New York an underground Bolshevik group has it's eyes on America’s unsatisfied workers. Cutty Worldy, rich and secretive, is in love --- again. Kitty, young and beautiful, is ready for love and adventure. Hawksley, last of his bloodline, is a fugitive, and Boris Karlov, filled with misguided rage, is thirsty for Hawksley's blood. The lure of drums of jeopardy, two magnificent emeralds, is too strong for one of the characters and the curse of emeralds proves fatal for another.--Submitted by Nassrin Moghadam.


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