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The young rajah [electronic resource] / directed by Phil Rosen ; produced by Tracy Ryan Terhune and Jeffery Masino.

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Other Title:
Academic Video Online.
Publication:
Los Angeles : Flicker Alley, 1922.
Format/Description:
Video
1 online resource (54 min.).
Subjects:
East Indian Americans -- Drama.
Kings and rulers -- India -- Drama.
India -- Drama.
Form/Genre:
Silent films.
Language:
This edition silent with English intertitles and musical background.
Summary:
When the throne of Majarajah Sidir Singh of Dagmahar is overthrown, and the Majarajah himself is mortally wounded, his trusted military lead General Gadi runs to the aide of Sidir's only son, the Young Rajah. Through the efforts of General Gadi and Singh's closest friend Morton Judd, Judd makes arrangements to see the Young Rajah safely transported to the United States under the protection and care of his brother Joshua. Joshua Judd raises the boy as his own, adopted under the new identity of Amos Judd. As the years roll on, Amos leads a life far removed from his cultural roots of India and largely unaware of his royal lineage. One day the usurper, Ali Kahn, is informed that the son of the Majarajah still lives. He supports his military leader to assemble trusted men to locate Amos and carry out his destruction, unless those devoted to the slain Majarajah are able to thwart the attack, and bring the Young Rajah home to restore peace to his oppressed citizens.
Notes:
Title from resource description page (viewed Apr. 4, 2014).
Contributor:
Masino, Jeffery. , Producer
Rosen, Philip E., 1888-1951 , Director
Terhune, Tracy Ryan. , Producer
Alexander Street Press.
OCLC:
881551146
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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