Among cuffs we have first linen and steel. All kinds are represented here, for the story opens in a laundry from which a trusted employee is sent to the bank to cash the payroll. He is robbed by a couple of thugs and locked up in a closet tied hand and foot. One thug writes on an old cuff a note to his pal to meet him at the station. Landlady comes in and takes that cuff with other wash and sends it at once to the laundry at which, strange to say, it comes in time to make possible not only the rescue of the prisoner, but the capture of the outlaws, who are handcuffed in steel. Dramatic enough to hold attention, this picture should make a good offering; it is full of speed and convinces for the most part enough to be exciting. The photography is clear. - The Moving Picture World, June 13, 1914
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