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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

For the Defense (1922) DVD-R

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Ethel Clayton, Vernon Steele, Zasu Pitts,Bertram Grassby,Mayme Kelso


Director: Paul Powell




Print: Black and White


Runtime: 50min


Genre: Mystery


Language: English


Anne Woodstock, a singer, is engaged to district attorney Christopher Armstrong and is a patient of Dr. Kasimir, a Hindu hypnotist-physician, who presumably restores her voice. By a ruse, he lures Anne to his office and hypnotizes her; the next day, Anne, who remembers nothing of the occurrence, leaves for Europe and Kasimir is found murdered in his office. His attendant, Jennie Dunn, who possesses money taken from the safe, is accused of the crime. "Smith," another member of Kasimir's household, identifies a pin found near the body and swears it was worn by Jennie; Anne, returning from her trip, remembers that she was present on the fatal night and insists on her guilt. Jennie then confesses, but Smith explains that she killed Kasimir in a jealous rage.




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Ethel Clayton, Vernon Steele, Zasu Pitts,Bertram Grassby,Mayme Kelso
Director: Paul Powell

Print: Black and White
Runtime: 50min
Genre: Mystery
Language: English
Anne Woodstock, a singer, is engaged to district attorney Christopher Armstrong and is a patient of Dr. Kasimir, a Hindu hypnotist-physician, who presumably restores her voice. By a ruse, he lures Anne to his office and hypnotizes her; the next day, Anne, who remembers nothing of the occurrence, leaves for Europe and Kasimir is found murdered in his office. His attendant, Jennie Dunn, who possesses money taken from the safe, is accused of the crime. "Smith," another member of Kasimir's household, identifies a pin found near the body and swears it was worn by Jennie; Anne, returning from her trip, remembers that she was present on the fatal night and insists on her guilt. Jennie then confesses, but Smith explains that she killed Kasimir in a jealous rage.

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