The Scapegoat (1912)

01/30/1912 (US) AdventureRomance 10m
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Harry Mason, a young New Yorker of good family, tries to borrow money from his brother, Tom. One afternoon Tom collects $5,000 for his father. As it is after banking hours, Mr. Mason puts the money in his house safe. He is overseen by Harry, who breaks into the safe and steals the money.

  1. Otis Thayer

    Director, Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Tom Mix

    Tom Mix

    Tom Mason - the Scapegoat

  2. C. Perry

    Harry Mason - Tom's Brother

  3. Frank J. Carroll

    Mr. Mason - Tom's Father (as Frank Carroll)

  4. Olive Mix

    Mrs. Mason / Rose Wright - Nellie's Sister (dual role)

  5. Florence Dye

    Alice Mason - Tom's Sister

  6. Myrtle Stedman

    Myrtle Stedman

    Nellie Wright - Tom's Sweetheart

  7. William Duncan

    William Duncan

    Jack Wright - Nellie's Brother

  8. Kenneth Langley

    Jim Woods - Rose's Sweetheart

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The Scapegoat
The Scapegoat

Status Released

Original Language English

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