King Richard's enemy the Duke of Monserrat steals the English flag and Sir Kenneth engages him in mortal combat to avenge the insult.
Lucie falls in love with a man who is secretly the nephew of the aristocrat who condemned her father to decades of imprisonment in the Bastille.
Starring Maurice Costello and Florence Turner · Directed by William Humphrey
A traveler is tormented by ghosts and poltergeists at a haunted hotel.
Starring William V. Ranous · Directed by J. Stuart Blackton
The Spats mail-order a fire engine and decide to hold a fire drill to test it, accidentally burning down their house in the process.
Starring Frank Butler, Laura Roessing, and Sidney D'Albrook · Directed by Jay A. Howe
The Spats go on a camping trip that ends with them being pursued by bandits, a railroad bull, and the police.
Starring Frank Butler, Laura Roessing, and Sidney D'Albrook · Directed by Fred Guiol
The Spats decide to build a house. It is finished in only 48 hours, but their carpentry skills may not be up to snuff.
Starring Frank Butler, Laura Roessing, and Sidney D'Albrook · Directed by Scott Pembroke
Sambo Sam sets out to round up German spies, but his bungling leads him to a fraternal organization just itching to have some fun at the would-be sleuth's expense.
Starring Samuel Jacks · Directed by Charles N. David
Pete is killed in a mining accident and Ella in an Indian attack, leaving their daughter Nellie in the care of Buck, who has never had any patience for children.
Starring Robert Thornby · Directed by Rollin S. Sturgeon
Chariot racer Ben Hur competes against his enemy Messala and against Rome's occupation of Jerusalem.
Starring Herman Rottger and William S. Hart · Directed by Sidney Olcott, Frank Oakes Rose, and H. Temple
Doreon is in love with Babette but she favors Blake, who has skipped town to avoid arrest. Doreon vows to find Blake and bring him back.
Starring Tom Santschi · Directed by Robert N. Bradbury