Well-to-do New Yorker William Brooks is an unabashed thrill seeker who volunteers with the Police and Fire Departments just for the excitement. But when the new D.A. cleans up the city, Brooks is fiercely bored so he decides to seek adventure abroad. Meanwhile across the Atlantic in the small European kingdom of Alaine, trouble is really brewing as a group of unscrupulous demagogues sow discontent with kindly King Phillipe IV. Will this fair country slide into chaos and ruin or can the brash heroics of outsider Brooks save the day?
The first film from United Artists, Fairbanks travels to the far off land of "Alaine" and promptly saves the king from a coup. Silent.
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