|Directed by||George Melford|
|Produced by||William Fox|
|Written by||Albert S. Le Vino|
William Counselman (intertitles)
|Cinematography||Charles G. Clarke|
|Distributed by||Fox Film Corporation|
|6 reels; 5,345 feet|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
Mordaunt (von Seyffertitz) and his gang use Marie (Love) as an unwitting accomplice in the theft of the acclaimed Rajah diamond. During the heist, a man is killed, and innocent Rogers (Fenton) is later sentenced to death for the murder.
For authenticity, some scenes were filmed on Ferguson Alley in Chinatown, Los Angeles.
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- Going Crooked on IMDb
- Going Crooked at AllMovie
- Lobby poster
- Portuguese language poster; "Por Mau Caminho" which translates to "Astray"