The Law of the Lawless. A tale of gypsies—Continental gypsies who travel in equine caravans and join battle with their Tartar enemies in the final reel. There is much hard riding, nasty leering, passionate gypsy love and gaily colored gypsy skirtings. Its merit is far above that of the average cinema. It is simple, direct and moderately entertaining. The meretricious and the tawdry are conspicuously absent. But just where Dorothy Dalton, the heroine, acquired her fame is a knotty problem. She manages in The Law of the Lawless to let her leading man, Charles de Roche, pick the play up and...

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