Lindsley Ferris, head of a banking house, unthinkingly places an important paper in his desk at home, and causes the blame for its mysterious disappearance to rest upon the shoulders of the... See full summary »

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Steele
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Mrs. Steele
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Marjorie, Steele's Daughter
Tefft Johnson ...
Lindsay Ferris
S. Rankin Drew ...
Arthur Ferris, Lindsay's Son (as Sidney Drew Jr.)
L. Rogers Lytton ...
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Dorothy Kilgour
Philip Tonge
Robert Conville
Harry La Pearl
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Arthur Evers
Ottola Nesmith
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Lindsley Ferris, head of a banking house, unthinkingly places an important paper in his desk at home, and causes the blame for its mysterious disappearance to rest upon the shoulders of the cashier, Steele, who is subsequently discharged. Sometime later, Ferris discovers the paper, and, desiring to reinstate Steele, calls at his home only to learn that through the death of his invalid wife and his fruitless attempts to secure another position, he and his daughter have immigrated to a distant city. Fifteen years later Steele, returning to the city under an assumed name and now master of millions, determines to bring about the ruin of Ferris, now president of the banking house. At a ball, Marjorie, Steele's daughter, meets and falls in love with Arthur Ferris, son of the bank president. When the young people bring the matter to Steele's attention he turns them down flatly and forbids his daughter from further association with young Ferris. The young man appeals to his father to help him... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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24 May 1913 (USA)  »

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