Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's novel Rodney Stone was the basis for the British 5-reeler House of Temperley. The film concerns two half-brothers, both living in the home of a prosperous blacksmith. The adopted son is straight-arrow, but the natural son is a gambling wastrel. When the gambler is killed, the adoptee is accused of murder. House of Temperley proved popular enough to remain in release long after its original 1913 production date.
blacksmith, Britain, brother, false-accusation, killing, murder, son