Starring June Collyer, Larry Kent and Victor McLaglen
August, 1928

Bill Farnum nearly made his return to pictures as the Irish patriot, Citizen Hogan, Donn Byrne's hero who poses as a monk and then as a blind beggar to work his revenge upon the evil gent who deserted his sister. However, the role neartly fits Victor McLaglen. And Earle Foxe makes the villain credible. There's a pretty background of old Erin enveloped in the usual Fox fog -- and a fine horserace. A pretty good film.

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