New Pictures: Nov. 8, 1926

The Magician (Alice Terry). A small pitcherful of maiden's heart blood will restore a corpse to life, thinks Dr. Haddo, sinister magician-hypnotist. Margaret Dauncey (Alice Terry) is elected as the source of supply for the experiment. While breaking the bank at Monte Carlo, under the hypnotic direction of the doctor, she meets sympathetic Dr. Burdon who understands how hard it is for a girl to do as she wishes under these conditions. Somerset Maugham conceived the tale. Rex Ingram directed the film, tried hard to make the gruesome fantasy appear real, succeeded...

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