The Governor’s Boss (1915)

The Governor’s Boss


Courtroom Scenes, Evidence: Dictagraph Recording, Motion Picture Hidden Camera, Corruption.

Silent Film. From AFI Catalog: “. . . Ruth and her friend get a dictagraph record and motion pictures from a hidden camera of the boss and his aides conspiring. When Tally has the trial rushed, the governor’s lawyer requests a postponement until Ruth arrives with her evidence, but this is denied. Detained by Tally’s thugs, Ruth races in an auto to the courtroom, but she . . .”